Santosh Muralidaran is a recent graduate of the dual degree program between Sciences Po Paris and the University of British Columbia and currently a Sustainable Mobility Intern at WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. In his internship, he is contributing to an upcoming WRI publication about transport finance.

Born and raised in the Silicon Valley, Santosh grew up as a public transportation enthusiast stuck in an extremely car-centric neighborhood. Pursuing education abroad helped expose him to a variety of different ways cities can be built and designed for people. He had the opportunity to contribute to different sustainability projects such as devising policy recommendations to the City of Vancouver's municipal government to increase the uptake of e-bikes in the city as well as working with local consulting firms in the energy sector.

In his free time, he likes to go running and biking, watch sunsets, and drink pearl milk tea.