Amanda is the director of the Latin America Project for the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), a not-for-profit organization based in the U.S. that works globally on environment, energy and climate issues. Based in Washington D.C., Amanda directs NRDC’s country-specific work in Chile and Mexico on sustainable energy development, clean transportation solutions, and wildlife conservation, as well as NRDC’s regionally-focused projects. Amanda received her Master’s Degree in International Politics and Economics from Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, and her Bachelor’s Degree from Middlebury College with a major in History and a minor Spanish. She also studied at the Universidad de Buenos Aires in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Come hear Amanda talk about her work on global environmental issues and how she got there.
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