Director of Emerging Markets, United States
Loren Labovitch has more than 20 years of project and policy experience in developing countries throughout Latin America, Africa, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia and the Middle East. He specializes in fostering strategic partnerships between government, private sector and civil society to address global environmental and development priorities. His expertise includes climate change mitigation and resilience, integrated water resource management, renewable energy and food security. Loren works with clients to help design and implement water and natural resource-focused development programs, community engagement initiatives and corporate sustainability strategies in developing countries.
The challenges of working in and growing emerging market economies are complex, but the needs and opportunities are immense. Responding to these needs and opportunities requires collaborative, multi-disciplinary approaches and a commitment to shared prosperity. As trusted advisors and partners, we strive to ensure our work has a positive and lasting impact, for both our clients and the environment and communities in which we work.
MS, International Business, University of Colorado Denver
BA, Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara
Licenses and Awards
Advisory Board Member, Harvard Zofnass Sustainable Infrastructure Program