Reazul Zannah has completed her B.Sc. in Water Resources Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) and doing her M.Sc. in Water Resources Engineering in the same University.
Ms. Zannah started her professional journey with Institute of Water and Flood Management as research assistant where she gathered experiences in working with Climate Change. In September 2019, she joined at Climate Change Cell of IWM as a junior engineer. At Climate Change Cell (CCC) of IWM. she is involved in several projects related to Groundwater and climate change. She is working on historical analysis of groundwater, hydrograph preparation, hydro cross-section analysis, aquifer properties & vulnerability assessment, salinity assessment, climate data processing and climate change analysis, mapping and GIS data processing in connection with “Groundwater Rejuvenation As climate change Resilience for marginalized & gender sensitive Ganges (GRACERS)”, “Support to the Implementation of Bangladesh Delta Plan-2100”, “Understanding Sea Level Rise Dynamics of Bangladesh along the Coast”. She is currently engaged in climate data assessment, downscaling & Bias correction. During her service period IWFM, Ms. Zannah was involved in Hydrologic modelling, Hydrodynamic modelling in the project Flash Flood Early Warning System.