Mulubrhan Balehegn Gebremikael is an Agriculture and Climate Change Research Associate II at WRI's Food and Climate Programs. He brings extensive expertise to advance sustainable agricultural/livestock solutions, and address the challenges posed by climate change. He is also a Livestock Science and Policy Advisor at the Nature Conservancy, providing valuable insights on livestock science and policy.

Prior to joining WRI, Mulubrhan successfully implemented a five-year Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation-funded project at the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems, University of Florida. The project focused on sustainable livestock feed production and improvement in Ethiopia and Burkina Faso. He has also worked in various capacites include an associate professor, a consultant, member of expert committee, and a postdoc fellow at Mekelle University, Ethiopia, UNESCO, FAO and UNEP-IEMP.

Mulubrhan holds a PhD in Animal Nutrition from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway and a Masters in Livestock Production and Pastoralists Development from Mekelle University, Ethiopia.

Mulubrhan lives in Gainesville Florida, with his wife Rozina and their kids.