Felipe Borja Diaz is a graduate intern in the International Climate Action initiative.

Prior to joining WRI, Felipe worked as a climate consultant and technical advisor dealing with climate and energy policy coherence. He held staff positions at GIZ, and has worked under contract for various development agencies and nonprofits. In the past, his work centered around subnational climate action, carbon budgets, stakeholder engagement and capacity building, the co-benefits of renewable energies, and NDC update processes.

Felipe holds a B.Eng. in Sustainable Development from Tecnologico de Monterrey (ITESM) in Mexico City. In 2020, he was selected as an Evans School Fellow at the University of Washington Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, and is currently pursuing masters degrees in Public Administration and Urban Planning.

Felipe lives in Seattle, WA. with his wife, Paola, and loves biking around town, checking out art museums, and spending time outdoors.