CCAP Announces New Hires & Staff Promotions
Updated: Sep 16, 2022
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Center for Clean Air Policy is pleased to announce the hiring of Greg Barlow (Communications Officer) and Ishfaq Khan Malik (Climate Finance Policy Intern). Additionally, CCAP promoted Brooks Shaffer to Methane Mitigation Program Manager and welcomes back Adriana Bazan, who serves as the Senior Climate Finance Policy Associate.
“It’s exciting to see CCAP’s continued growth and development, and I’m thrilled to welcome two new outstanding individuals to our team, while also sustaining important continuity at our core,” said Executive Director Allison Bender-Corbett. “I’m happy to recognize Adriana and Brooks’ exemplary service to our organization and our partners. I look forward to the contributions that all of these tremendous professionals bring as we continue to pursue and implement innovative climate policy solutions around the world.”
Brooks Shaffer | Methane Mitigation Program Manager
Brooks has over 10 years of experience working at the intersection of international development, climate finance and environmental policy. A skilled economic and policy analyst with a strong background in energy and business, he contributes to CCAP’s international waste, energy and climate finance programs. Brooks helps manage CCAP’s work on Latin American programs and projects, including work in Peru, Chile, Colombia and Ecuador. He currently focuses on on-the-ground work to design and implement National Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) that actively help countries to achieve their goals and pledges under the Paris Agreement. As a consultant, Brooks has helped numerous countries formulate robust proposals and successfully apply them to climate finance. His contributions have led to the securing of millions in funding for low-carbon development.
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