Carley Reynolds

Carley Reynolds joined CCAP in July of 2018 as a research assistant. She largely supports CCAP’s international climate policy and climate finance programs, as well as communications and web development. In addition to her work at CCAP, Carley continues to support on-going research at Duke University on the environmental and social consequences of infrastructure targeting... continue reading »

Bobby Julian

Bobby is the CCAP Representative in the Philippines. He coordinates CCAP’s activities and contributes to the design and implementation of its projects in country. Bobby began his work in energy and the environment in 1992 as an investment banker advising on infrastructure finance to international utilities and project developers. Previous to that, he was CFO... continue reading »

Carolina Aguirre Echeverri

Carolina joined CCAP in February 2018 as a senior policy associate. She is a climate finance expert with extensive experience advising governments and stakeholders in Latin America. As a climate finance advisor to the Peruvian government, she was a part of the Peruvian climate finance team for the UNFCCC 2014 negotiations, and an advisor to... continue reading »

Julio Rivera Alejo

Julio joined CCAP in January 2018 and supports CCAP’s international sustainable development and mitigation policy work, with a focus in Latin America. Currently based in Peru, Julio supports governments in Latin America to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Recent work includes spearheading technical analysis of potential “internationally transferred mitigation outcomes” in Chile and Peru, supporting... continue reading »

Laurence Blandford

Laurence has worked for nearly two decades on international economic and environmental issues for the Government of Canada, combining significant diplomatic experience with extensive participation in the policy-making process. At CCAP, he is responsible for overseeing work to support developing countries efforts to convert Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) into action and seek implementation funding.... continue reading »

Brooks Shaffer

Brooks joined CCAP in October 2014 and supports CCAP’s international sustainable development and mitigation policy work, with a focus on Latin America and the renewable energy, energy efficiency and waste sectors. His work involves conducting policy analyses, contributing to targeted policy papers and organizing multi-stakeholder dialogues and policy events to encourage the development and financing... continue reading »

Gerardo Canales

Gerardo is CCAP’s Director Latin American Programs with 15 years of experience in fields of environmental policy, climate change, development and energy. Gerardo works directly with national government officials, international agencies and private sector representatives in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) to identify and design Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) and other related projects by overseeing... continue reading »

Stan Kolar

Stan has more than 25 years of experience in global climate change, energy, and energy efficiency policy and project development. A day-to-day manager in the development of the world’s first Joint Implementation project under the UNFCCC, he helped CCAP initiate and develop the Decin district heating plant in the Czech Republic. Since then, he has helped to... continue reading »

Allison Bender-Corbett

As Executive Director for the Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP), Allison Bender-Corbett is responsible for overseeing all facets of administration of the organization. Allison has a breadth of nonprofit management experience in financial planning and budgeting, grant management and donor relations. She has 10 years’ experience managing and overseeing multi-year, multi-million dollar grants and... continue reading »

Pablo Lopez Legarreta

Pablo mainly focuses on CCAP’s projects in Latin America. He works closely with municipal and national governments from Latin American countries developing policies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate climate change. He also performs techno-economic analyses of said policies, and has experience developing NAMAs in the energy, transport, and waste management sectors. Prior to... continue reading »

Steve Winkelman

Steve Winkelman, Project Manager of the Adaptation and Transportation Programs at CCAP, has 20 years of experience engaging in the intersections of urban planning, climate policy and economics. He assists government and corporate officials around the world with policy design, implementation and evaluation. Steve specializes in fostering public-private collaboration in pursuit of practical, effective and politically... continue reading »

Chuck Kooshian

Chuck Kooshian, has more than 25 years of experience in transportation and land use planning and policy making at the national, regional and local levels. Chuck emphasizes how a city’s urban form affects the environmental, social and economic benefits it provides to households, businesses and governments. He assesses international and domestic transportation and land use investments... continue reading »

Stacey Davis

Stacey Davis has more than 20 years of experience working on regional and global air pollution issues with an emphasis on stationary sources. A skilled economic and policy analyst with a strong background in science and energy issues, she contributes to CCAP’s domestic and international programs. Stacey currently manages CCAP’s U.S. Climate Policy Initiative, a... continue reading »