Sam Johnson is an Infrastructure Consultant with the World Bank. He has worked in transport infrastructure advisory (roads, maritime, aviation) planning, design, construction, maintenance and financing for the World Bank with eight national governments in the Pacific Islands and several other countries around the world over the past five years. He has a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) (Hons1), Graduate Diploma in Sustainable Development and Humanitarian Action, and is studying a Masters of Global Development Practice at Harvard University. His Masters capstone research focuses on holistic cycling strategy, promotion and infrastructure investment on small islands.
Watch this UNSW coop interview with Sam to find our more about his carreer: