Andy Bilich has several years of experience as a research analyst working on a variety of projects related to international development, energy access, climate and energy policy, renewable energy, low income energy efficiency, and local initiatives for climate adaptation. As a research analyst at Nataij, he provides research, data analysis, and communications support for a number of projects related to institutional capacity building, gender mainstreaming, monitoring and evaluation, and urban sustainability.
Andy holds a master’s degree from the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, University of California Santa Barbara and a B.S. in Natural Resources and Resource Economics from the University of Connecticut. He is passionate about working with communities to develop opportunities for sustainable energy and socioeconomic development.