Subia Ahmad is a Research Associate at CPR’s Transboundary Rivers Ecologies and Development Studies (TREADS) Initiative. In this role, she is currently working on the political and institutional aspects of transboundary water governance with a focus on the relevance of the European river rejuvenation experiences for the Indian context.
Prior to this, she was working as a Consultant with the Accountability Initiative at CPR on a formative evaluation commissioned by UNDP’s Independent Evaluation Office (IEO). She has also worked as a Consultant with World Resources Institute (WRI) India with the Sustainable Landscapes & Restoration team on food loss and waste in India. She has previously interned with the Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA), New Delhi and Focus on the Global South, New Delhi.
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Delhi University and a Master’s and M.Phil degree from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, in International Relations and West Asian Studies respectively.