The Secretariat of the Energy Storage Partnership, hosted by the World Bank Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) and the Global Women’s Network for the Energy Transition (GWNET) are excited to announce the mentors of the “Women in Energy Storage” mentoring program.
Each of these mentors is a senior professional committed to making a difference and having a positive impact on a younger woman’s career in the energy storage sector. We are proud to have them as part of this program.
The selected mentors for this year’s program include:
- Ammu Susanna Jacob, Research Scientist at Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy, India
- Andreas Hauer, Chairman of the Board/Vorstandsvorsitzender Bavarian Center for Applied Energy Research at ZAE Bayern, Germany
- Catherine Nyambala, Business Process Improvement Manager at KenGen Kenya, Kenya
- Chong Suk Song, Energy Specialist at the World Bank, South Korea
- Cristina Madrid-Lopez, Junior Group Leader at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
- Debi Prasad Dash, Executive Director at India Energy Storage Alliance, India
- Debmalya Sen, Manager – Business Consulting at KPMG India, India
- Eva Gardow, Technical Executive at Electric Power Research Institute, USA
- Gazinga Abdullah, Founder at Solar Autonomous Chiller Project, Iraq
- Frederick Verdol, Senior Power Engineer at the World Bank, France
- Juliana Kainga, Senior Business Development Manager at Enel Green Power, Kenya
- Leen Govaerts, Unit Manager Smart Energy & Built Environment at VITO, Belgium
- Mani Khurana, Senior Energy Specialist at The World Bank, India
- Modini Yantrapati, Senior Energy Storage Consultant APAC at DNV, India
- Nan Zhao, Senior Lecturer at Lancaster University, China
- Sandra Chavez, Manager, Partnerships at Breakthrough Energy, Mexico
- Sarah Ouziaux, Segment Manager – Regulated, Institutional & Multilateral Organizations at ENGIE Impact, France
- Shivali Pai, Technical Manager, ESG/Sustainability at Conrad Energy, UK
- Valeria Palomba, Researcher at CNR-ITAE, Italy
- Yu Tack Kim, General Manager at K-BIA 한국전지산업협회, South Korea
Become a Mentor – What’s in it for You?
As a mentor, you get the opportunity to give something valuable back to more junior professionals and to expand your own knowledge through the mentees’ perspective.
Mentoring will contribute to personal and professional development for both you and your mentee, as well as, shaping the direction of future generations within your field of expertise. If you are interested in volunteering as a mentor in one of GWNET’s mentoring programmes (which involves approx. 1 – 1.5 hours of engagement per month plus optional participation in knowledge-transfer webinars), kindly fill in our Mentor Datasheet.
Stay tuned for updates on the participants and the programme.