Ramsha Hameed is a Master of International Business candidate at The Fletcher School, Tufts University, specializing in international economics, climate policy, and trade. She holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and has three years of professional experience in economic research and government consulting, with a particular focus on development economics, industrial policy, and sustainability. Her area of expertise includes business advocacy and economic policy reform, and she has worked alongside the IFC and World Bank to explore opportunities for private sector investment growth and expand trade potential.
At the Fletcher School, Ramsha’s area of focus centers around gaining an in-depth comprehension of the impact of geopolitics and global commerce on the shift towards environmentally sustainable economies, as well as its implications for local business strategy. She recently provided advisory services to an emerging IT firm, on identifying ESG risk events to manage supply chain risk and compliance reporting. Her primary goal is to formulate innovative ideas and recommendations concerning institutional frameworks that can effectively facilitate the alignment of environmental regulations between developed and developing countries through mitigation and adaptation strategies. By doing so, she aspires to lay the foundation for her future career path in climate policy and business strategy, where she can assist businesses in successfully implementing and attaining their sustainability objectives.