Rohan Kocharekar

Rohan is deeply passionate about catalyzing and scaling-up climate-related investments, which address urban sustainable development challenges and climate resiliency measures. He is interested in the nexus between sustainable development policy, municipal financing, and urban development.

Prior to joining CFA, Rohan worked at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy as a Senior Resident Fellow, working on issues related to municipal fiscal health, land value capture, and UN-related urban development agendas. Rohan also worked as a Research Fellow for the Regenerative Crisis Response Committee (RCRC), focusing on climate-related investments around green mortgages and the Social Cost of Carbon. Additionally, he has worked as an Urbanization Research Analyst for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and was a Second Committee Advisor at the Permanent Mission of Afghanistan to the United Nations. Rohan has also taught a course on Leading for Social Impact at Boston College and is pursuing a PhD in Sustainable Urban Development at the University of Oxford.

Rohan holds a Master of International Affairs from both Sciences Po Paris and Columbia University with a focus on International Public Management and Urban-Social Policy. He also holds a Master of International Relations from the University of St Andrews.

Rohan Kocharekar