Usman Mohammad is a seasoned policy analyst with a keen interest in statecraft.
Usman started his career leading communications and advocacy for the US Agency for International Development after the signing of the Kerry-Lugar Bill in 2009. His work encompassed extensive field traveling to manage programs, conduct outreach, and engage stakeholders under a US$ 89 million project. In 2016, he worked at the Center for Strategic International Studies in Washington DC conducting geospatial analysis for its Reconnecting Asia project. In 2017, he joined Oliver Wyman as a management consultant with their Middle East practice advising regional governments on topics such as economic growth, taxation compliance, economic zones/cities, and space programs. In 2019, Usman moved to Canada and has since gained experience in the areas of digital transformation, transportation policy, and economic growth with private and public sector clients.
Usman brings project management, proposal development, engagement management, and communications and advocacy skills to PPF and is keen to leverage these to enable good policy in Canada.
Usman holds an MA in International Affairs from Tufts University and a BSc in Politics and Economics from the Lahore University of Management Sciences.