Dahlia Al Sharif

Senior Policy Advisor

Dahlia is a Senior Policy Advisor supporting E3G’s Political Economy and Governance programme in London. She is engaged in designing and developing new initiatives and partnerships to drive effective, rapid and just global climate action and transitions.

Dahlia Al Sharif

Working with and building on E3G’s political economy mapping methodology (PEMM), she contributes to building the analytical basis and open resources to understand climate politics across the G20 and beyond.                        

Before joining E3G, Dahlia worked at Control Risks consultancy advising clients to manage investment risk in order to build resilient organisations. She delivered corporate and political risk intelligence, first in South-east Asia then leading the MENA team’s Iran practice in London. Dahlia then expanded and managed the Cyber Threat Intelligence team. Prior to Control Risks, she worked in credit sales and trading at BNP Paribas. 

Dahlia holds a Bachelor of Laws from King’s College London, a Master of Laws in International Dispute Settlement from the Graduate Institute and University of Geneva, and Legal Practice Course diploma from BPP Law School London. 

Dahlia is an avid cook and advocate of food sustainability. She attended Leiths cookery school, trialled growing an organic vegetable patch and cooks seasonally.

Working with and building on E3G’s political economy mapping methodology (PEMM), she contributes to building the analytical basis and open resources to understand climate politics across the G20 and beyond.                        

Before joining E3G, Dahlia worked at Control Risks consultancy advising clients to manage investment risk in order to build resilient organisations. She delivered corporate and political risk intelligence, first in South-east Asia then leading the MENA team’s Iran practice in London. Dahlia then expanded and managed the Cyber Threat Intelligence team. Prior to Control Risks, she worked in credit sales and trading at BNP Paribas. 

Dahlia holds a Bachelor of Laws from King’s College London, a Master of Laws in International Dispute Settlement from the Graduate Institute and University of Geneva, and Legal Practice Course diploma from BPP Law School London. 

Dahlia is an avid cook and advocate of food sustainability. She attended Leiths cookery school, trialled growing an organic vegetable patch and cooks seasonally.

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