Ebrahim was born on June 25, 1976, in the northwest of Iran, in Azarbijan. His father is Ardashir, who used to be a medical inspector and personally a liberal person. His mother is Zoleikha from a religious family. His father participated in the 8 year war between Iran and Iraq in a medical team. Ebrahim left his father when he was 14 years old, a drama which he never can forget, “I lost not just a father, I lost my prophet, who teached me how to love other people and to be there for others rather than for yourself” says Ebrahim. He finished his High School in Tehran; He was the first student of his class with the highest grades.
Ebrahim was for a while the director and member of executive management of a small construction company in Tehran, with more than 100 stakeholders. During his management, Ebrahim performed his reform plan, which helped those members to move on and made remarkable progresses. Later in 2000, Ebrahim finished his Cartography study in Tehran; after working as a topographer in south Iran for a while, he came to the Netherlands.
He graduated in Master of Science in Geographical Information Management and Applications at joint curriculum of four universities in the Netherlands. By 2005-2006 he was a member of the council of the faculty of Geosciencse at Utrecht University. Ebrahim speaks Persian, Dutch, English, Turkish, and he knows a bit of Japanese and Arabic. Ebrahim is the founder of the World With No Borders Foundation which aims to contribute to human rights projects around the globe. Right now Ebrahim is working as a Geo-product & process innovation adviser in the Netherlands.