Hannah Ohlund is an Urban Mobility Research Analyst at WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, where she supports projects covering urban mobility, sustainable transport, and road safety. Her work focuses on fostering safe, livable, and accessible cities for all through safer streets and mobility systems.

Prior to joining WRI, Hannah received her Master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in International Social and Public Policy. During her time at LSE, she tailored her degree to focus on the social impacts of urbanization and transportation policies in the Global South. Her dissertation focused on women-only transportation policies in Mexico City, which received the Richard Titmuss Prize for Outstanding Dissertation. She also received the Loch Exhibition Prize for Academic Achievement. Hannah also holds a BSc in Biological Sciences from Clemson University.

She currently resides in London with her partner, where she enjoys taking film photos, playing board games, and visiting museums of all kinds.