Anaitée Mills is a sustainable development expert with over 10 years of experience consulting for highly reputable organizations such as the World Bank Group, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the World Resources Institute (WRI), the United States Agency for Development (USAID); and for governments in Latin America and the Caribbean, in topics related to sustainable energy, climate change adaptation, climate finance, disaster risk financing, climate transparency and climate policy. She holds a BSc in Human Resources Administration, certifications in Project Management, Energy Planning and Climate Policy Development and is currently pursuing postgraduate studies in Climate Change and Development from the School of Advanced Studies at the University of London.
Prior her international career, Anaitée worked for the public sector in Guatemala City where she conducted policy analysis and stakeholder engagement in the energy, water, and agriculture sectors. She has experience supporting the design and implementation of sustainable development projects in Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Belize, Barbados, Guyana, among others.
Currently, she is an expert consultant with the Government of Jamaica in charge of the implementation of Jamaica’s Climate Action Enhancement Programme consisting of 11 sub-projects which will see the development of the country’s Long-term Low Carbon Strategy and coordinating the NDC implementation. Most recently, Anaitee was engaged by the Government of Jamaica to coordinate the Prime Minister’s co-leading role for the Climate Finance and Carbon Pricing Action Track at the 2019 United Nations Climate Action Summit and has joined the University’s ECI team as Honorary Research Associate, where she oversees the in-country implementation of the Jamaica’s pilot project under the Coalition of Climate Resilient Investment, ensuring alignment with local initiatives and stakeholder engagement.