Eduarda Zoghbi

MPA Candidate in Energy and Environment, Columbia University

Hailing from Brazil, Eduarda Zoghbi is a political scientist working towards her master’s in public administration at Columbia University, where she is concentrating in energy and environment and specializing in gender and public policy. Over the last year, Eduarda served as an energy and gender consultant at Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL), where she worked on electricity access policies and mainstreaming gender in energy projects to achieve SDG 7. Most recently, she was selected for the Atlantic Council’s Women Leaders in Energy Fellowship and received the North American Association for Environmental Education 30 Under 30 award. Before graduate school, Eduarda was a climate change consultant at the Inter-American Development Bank in Brazil, where she worked with the Brazilian government to manage and implement projects related to sustainable infrastructure, green finance, forestry, and agriculture.