Ana Maria Noguera Ojeda has more than 15 years of experience advising multinational companies across a broad range of industries, multilateral organisations, government, and NGOs in environmental management, climate change, and sustainable issues. The advice was mainly focused on the best environmental practices, climate change, circular economy and decarbonisation of different sectors, carbon footprint, and analysing policy to move towards an energy transition pathway.
Ana Maria has project managed and collaborated in several development initiatives with international organisations such UNDP, CAF, UNFCCC, GCF, UNIDO, ILO, UN Women, FAO. She was Director of Environment and Industrial Safety at the Chamber of Industries and Production.
Ana Maria is an environmental engineer and holds three Masters' degrees, the last one in Environment, Development, and Policy from the University of Sussex.