Abdulrasheed Isah is an economist with interests in climate finance, energy transition, and experimental methods. He was Non-resident Fellow at the Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA) at UC Berkeley, Junior Researcher at the Center for Development Research (ZEF) at Bonn University, and Assistant Lecturer in Economics at Nile University of Nigeria. Previously, he was a management associate at Quaint Power and Infrastructure, a clean energy investment and development company. In addition, he founded the SOAS Community Champions for Action Against Hunger UK, where he helped raise funds for humanitarian activities. He is also an advisor for the Humanitarian Network for Northern Nigeria, an NGO helping poorest of the poor in Nigeria’s conflict-ridden areas. Abdulrasheed is regularly interviewed by the BBC and Voice of America on cutting-edge economic issues in Nigeria and Africa. He was a Commonwealth Shared Scholar at SOAS University of London. At Abuja Global Shapers he is an active member of projects including climate and environment, entrepreneurship, and youth mentoring.