<p>Sandra Leticia Guzman Luna holds a Masters Degree on Environmental Policy and Regulation from the London School of Economics and Political Science, she studied International Relations at the University of Mexico (UNAM), and is a specialist in Environmental and Energy Management from the Latin-American Social Science (FLACSO). Sandra also has several Diplomas in topics such as: Environmental Law, Public Budgets with Gender Perspective, Public Finance and extractive activities in Latin America.</p>
Sandra is currently coordinator of the Climate Finance Group for Latin America and the Caribbean whose objetive is to promote transparency, accountability and social participation in the climate finance architecture to ensure the effectiveness of the international and national climate finance managment. She is also an independent consultant in topics such as climate policy, climate finance and energy transition.
In 2012 she collaborated as policy advisor for the Low Carbon Emission Development Programme in Mexico as part of the World Wildlife Fund in Mexico (WWF). Sandra collaborated as Programme Coordinator in the Mexican Center of Environmental Law (CEMDA) from 2006 to 2011, working in topics such as energy transition, sustainable transport, air quality, climate finance, environmental international negotiations, legal framework and climate policy, human rights and environment, among others.
In 2011 Sandra was a Lecturer of Environmental Policy in the Claustro´s of Sor Juana University in Mexico City and she is active member of networks such as the Mexican Climate Finance Group (as founder member), the Energy Transition network in Mexico, the Climate Action Network in Latin America and was trained in the Climate Project (Al Gore´s initiative) among other national and international networks.