Alicia Rondón-Krummheuer has sound experience in international forestry and sustainable rural development with a special focus on Renewable Energy. Mrs. Rondón-Krummheuer has been working in these adaptation and mitigation sectors for several years, mainly providing research, training and consulting services to NGOs, governments and the private sector projects funded by international donor organisations e.g. KfW, GIZ, EU, DAAD, USAID, IFC and World Bank in Latin America, the Caribbean, West Africa, and South East Asia.
Mrs. Rondón-Krummheuer holds a Master of Science degree in Forestry in the Tropics and Subtropics from Georg-August-Universiät Göttingen, and holds an additional degree in Coordination of Renewable Energy & Energy Management from the Institute of Sustainable Development, partner institute of Universität Kassel.
Mrs. Rondón-Krummheuer joined the Frankfurt School team in October 2009 and is mainly responsible for the conception and coordination of the Sustainable Energy Finance Summer Academy. Additionally, in her role as Project Manager, she is responsible for project acquisition (proposal development & project planning), backstopping & monitoring, research development and short term missions for both the International Advisory Services and the Frankfurt School-UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy Finance teams.