Jessie is a Director at KKS Advisors and an environmental and behavioral economist with expertise in sustainable finance, impact valuation, impact strategy, and natural capital valuation. She has more than 15 years of experience in the corporate, public, financial, and non-profit sectors and oversees the firm’s strategy, operations, and business development activities.
Jessie is a frequent speaker on sustainable finance, climate policy, and natural capital, and her work has been featured in Bloomberg, The Seattle Times, The New York Times, and by the World Congress for Environmental and Resource Economists. Jessie has an M.S. in Cultural and Environmental Resource Economics from Central Washington University and a certificate in ESG Investing and Sustainable Finance from the Stern School of Business at NYU.
Can Renewable Energy Companies Improve Sustainable Growth Ambitions?
As one of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), affordable and clean energy is seen...