Mohammed Al-Adlani is a Yemeni advocate focused on sustainable development, with interests including the analysis of social protection, education, and economic and social development alongside regional politics. He is a firm believer in the power of positive change and works hard to make that happen.
Mohammed has been a recipient of the US-Middle East Partnership Initiative’s Tomorrow’s Leaders scholarship. He has worked as an intern and research assistant with organizations such as the Lebanese Economics Association, the UN Global Compact Network in Lebanon, and the Lebanese Association for Rehabilitation and Awareness. In addition to his professional pursuits, Mohammed is also deeply involved in volunteering, having worked as an outreach coordinator with several non-profit organizations in Lebanon.
He has a B.A. in Public Administration from the American University of Beirut. He joined the American University, Washington DC, as a visiting student in Public Policy for the Fall of 2021.