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Yana has been nominated as one of the 35 under 35 Future Energy Leaders (FEL) by the World Energy Council. She is the founder of the European Centre for Energy and Geopolitical Analysis (ECEGA.EU) and her research focuses on the spectrum of EU Energy Policies, particularly on the design of pragmatic and scalable decarbonisation solutions. Yana has previously worked as a policy advisor at the European Parliament, energy policy associate at the European Climate Foundation and coordinator of a World Bank-sponsored project. She sits on the advisory board of the UN Women’s Entrepreneurship Day France, and is part of the VoteWatch Europe EU Energy Policy experts pool.
Dave, Associate Professor of Economics at Stamford University, has received the prestigious John Bates Clark Medal from the American Economics Association (AEA). This annual award recognises the most promising American economist under 40 for making a significant contribution to economic thought and knowledge.
William has been appointed as Associate Dean of the University of Puerto Rico School of Law, where he teaches Administrative Law, Constitutional Law and other courses and seminars related to public law and government affairs. Before joining the faculty in 20115, he occupied several positions in public service, having served as attorney at the Federal Litigation Division of the Puerto Rico Department of Justice; director of the Litigation Division of the Municipality of San Juan; executive assistant to the Governor's Chief of Staff; the Governor's Legal Counsel. And Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
Nita, who volunteers for Hospital Radio Chelmsford in Broomfield hosting a lunchtime show on Saturdays, has been recognized as Best Female Presenter at this year’s Hospital Broadcasting Association’s Awards. The show “Eurovision Through the Years”, also presented and produced by Nina, won silver in the Best Specialist Music category.
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