Natcha is the Deputy Chief of Party of USAID Green Invest Asia, a 19-million USD regional program funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID), working to catalyze 400 million USD of private investment into sustainable agriculture and forestry in Asia while reducing greenhouse gas (GHG)emissions by 25 million tons of CO2 equivalent by 2022.
She is responsible for providing managerial oversight, strategic planning with project partners and USAID, and leading engagement with agri-business companies, and financial institutions to provide technical support as well as carbon footprint services.
Prior to this role, Natcha has worked for various USAID-funded programs in Asia, US Forest Service, Food and Agriculture Organization, and Center for International Research on Environment and Development on topics related to GHG inventory, emission trading, and economic mechanisms for reducing deforestation and conservation in Asia.
Natcha holds a master’s degree in Environmental Change and Management from Oxford University and a PhD in forestry from AgroParisTech.
26 Jun 2019
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