Deputy Chief of Party & Carbon Market Specialist
USAID Kazakhstan Climate Change Mitigation Program, implemented by Tetra Tech
Robyn Camp has worked for nearly 20 years to design and implement innovative public-private partnerships promoting clean energy, energy efficiency and climate change mitigation. In her current capacity, she advises the Government, business and verification community of Kazakhstan on climate change mitigation activities, including design and implementation of the national greenhouse gas emissions trading scheme, under a program of the U.S. Agency for International Development, implemented by Tetra Tech.
Before moving to sunny Astana, Kazakhstan she lived in sunny Los Angeles, where she played a variety of roles in climate-focused NGOs including The Climate Registry, Climate Action Reserve and California Climate Action Registry primarily implementing reporting & verification components of various GHG accounting initiatives for voluntary and mandatory programs. Previously, in the private sector, she worked to identify markets for clean energy technologies and climate change mitigation strategies for the electric utility sector. She began her career at a leading foreign policy institute, the Atlantic Council of the United States, where she supported international energy policy dialogues focusing on Asia and Eastern Europe, and helped to create a world energy efficiency association.
She received her master’s degree in international affairs, with concentrations in economics and energy & environmental policy from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).