Agata enjoys creating financial models and conducting economic and financial analysis for renewable energy projects in developing countries, including in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean.
Agata recently completed a one-year Master’s in International Economics and Finance at Johns Hopkins SAIS, where she gained skills in corporate and infrastructure project finance, risk analysis, econometrics, and financial modelling. Prior to earning her degree, Agata worked for three years as a political and economic risk analyst covering Latin America for consulting firm Eurasia Group.
Agata’s work is motivated by the development impact of expanding access to electricity and the prospect of a clean energy future thanks the role of disruptive technologies in fighting climate change.
What is one cool fact about your culture and heritage?
I was born in France to Polish parents and raised in the USA, splitting my summers growing up between France and Poland
How do you recharge?
By escaping the city: going on a long hike, or in the summer laying on the beach and soaking up the sound of the ocean waves
What has been your favorite place you’ve traveled to?