Marshall Abramczyk

Marshall Abramczyk

  • India Program

Marshall is a manager with RMI’s India program, where he leads thought leadership, facilitation, and project work related to India’s clean and equitable mobility transition. He helps cities and the private sector develop and execute strategies for shared mobility and vehicle electrification. Marshall co-developed and is a regional lead (Karnataka) for RMI’s Urban Mobility Lab — a platform that supports Indian cities in designing, implementing, and scaling mobility solutions.


At RMI, Marshall previously supported thought leadership detailing a set of scenarios for transitions in energy, agriculture, and land use that together are sufficient to limit global average temperate increase to 1.5℃–2℃. Before joining RMI, Marshall established a new position at an entrepreneurial ski company where he developed company infrastructure and managed operations. At UCLA, Marshall’s research focused on the observation and analysis of small-scale ocean dynamics to better understand and quantify their impact on ocean circulation and the climate.


M.Sc., Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of California at Los Angeles

B.Sc., Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Environmental Sciences, University of California at Los Angeles

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