Pablo is a Corporate Engagement and Finance Specialist at WWF Colombia. He is interested in mitigating the impacts of energy production and consumption and its efficient use to provide welfare to society. At Yale, his studies focused on sustainable energy resources policy and public sector administration. Before coming to Yale, he faced the challenges of environmental management in the oil and gas industry in Colombia. Pablo spent the summer of 2013 as an Environmental Defense Fund Climate Corps Fellow with the City of Boston, analyzing their capital planning process to maximize energy efficiency investments. During the summer of 2014 he worked with the Clinton Global Initiative America supporting the Modern Grid and Sustainable Buildings working groups and developing a strategy for collaboration across working groups to support project development, relationship building, and program design for 2015’s annual meeting. Pablo came to Yale as a Fulbright Scholar for the Development of the Oil Producing Regions in Colombia and as Moore Foundation Fellow for the Andes-Amazon Initiative.