Former Research Intern
Ishak Mohammed was a Research Intern in the Chief Science Office (CSciO) at FHI 360. The CSciO works to advance the quality of science across the organization by promoting and supporting the generation and use of evidence in FHI 360’s projects and thought leadership.
Prior to joining FHI 360, Ishak worked at the United Nation’s Green Climate Fund, headquartered in South Korea, as a Renewable Energy Analyst Intern. In that role, he provided analytical and content development support relevant to the organization’s result area of Energy Access and Power Generation.
Ishak previously held research roles at the King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia and the University of Glasgow, UK, where he initiated and collaborated with professors on different research projects cutting across topical areas of climate change, sustainable development, urban sustainability and smart growth policies. He holds master’s degrees in Development Studies from the University of Glasgow, UK, and City and Regional Planning from the King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia.