Nasser Brahim is a member of the first cohort of Agroecology certificate recipients. After completing his studies at FIU, he worked at the Florida Department of Transportation's planning and environmental management office in charge of infrastructure in Miami and the Florida Keys. He went on to complete his Masters of Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. While at Yale, he focused on climate change mitigation and adaptation, serving a variety of clients in the public, private and non-profit sectors. He is now working in Washington DC at the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) - the largest international climate finance partnership in the world - housed in the World Bank. He helps the 49 developing countries participating in the CIF by documenting emerging knowledge and facilitating South-South exchanges on low carbon, climate resilient development.