Christy serves as the Chief of Party for USAID Green Invest Asia, and Thailand Country Director for Pact – a global NGO. She manages an integrated team to mobilize the power of the private sector to reduce commodity-driven deforestation and high-emissions agriculture practices across Southeast Asia. She has spent the past 18 years designing and implementing environmental management, biodiversity conservation, and climate change projects in the Philippines, Venezuela, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, and the lower Mekong region.
Christy holds a Master degree in Latin American Studies with the focus on public policy and development communications from University of Texas at Austin.
05 Jun 2018
Read session notes here. Session Description Southeast Asia’s forests contain some of the world’s richest and most valuable resources and habitats; they provide goods such as timber, food and fuel and ecological functions such as nutrient cycling, carbon storage and…Read More