Paula García is a bilingual energy analyst in the Climate and Energy Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists. She evaluates energy resource and climate change solutions in the electricity sector and works to advance public understanding of renewable and conventional energy technologies, policies and markets. Paula has championed energy justice and sustainability through the research questions she explores, the audiences that she engages with and the solutions that she recommends. Ms. García has worked for several years as a researcher and analyst interacting with a broad variety of clients, including private sector, government, community-based organizations and international nongovernmental organizations. She came to UCS from Oxfam America, where she conducted research used to design an investment fund to support entrepreneurship initiatives in Latin America and the Caribbean. As a consultant for Meister Consultant Group, she provided the Colombian government with information about how to develop renewable energy on a large scale. Ms. García holds a M.A. in sustainable international development from Brandeis University and an industrial engineering degree from Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Colombia, where she is originally from. She serves on the Boston Area Solar Energy Association’s board of directors.