Tricia has worked in international energy development for twelve years and is currently the Senior Program Coordinator responsible for utility partnerships in Iraq and Jordan. She spent the last two years analyzing existing Indian laws and policies regarding renewable energy and climate change and wrote recommendations to accelerate the deployment of clean energy technologies in the Handbook on Best Practices for the Successful Deployment of Renewable Energy, Distributed Generation Cogeneration and Combined Heat and Power in India. Prior to that, she organized and managed fifteen partnerships in South Asia focusing on generation, transmission, distribution, and regulation.
Tricia holds a MA in International Relations from George Washington University. She received a BS in Political Science, a BA in Professional Writing and a Minor in Visual Communications from Carnegie Mellon University. She has studied in Guatemala and is fluent in Spanish.