Rajib Ghosal has 27 years of progressively responsible technical and managerial experience working on humanitarian response, development, climate change, and environmental sustainability. He currently serves as Regional Senior Technical Advisor, Climate Change and Child Poverty, for Save the Children International’s Asia Regional Office. Previously, he worked with leading international, inter-governmental, non-profit, treaty-based organizations and multilateral development banks including the Green Climate Fund, United Nations Development Programme, UNICEF, World Bank, Asian Development Bank, United Nations Office for Project Services, CARE International; Aga Khan Foundation; Natural Resources International, Asian Forest Cooperation Organization, Union of Concerned Scientists, and Child Rights and You. Rajib holds a Master’s in International Relations from the University of Bristol and a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Hamline University. Rajib is a cross-thematic, cross-functional, and innovative professional who led or supported large-scale projects on climate change, resilient livelihoods, gender equality and social inclusion, environmental and social safeguards, community-driven development, child protection, disaster management, and other related topics.