About the Author

Diana Ngo holds a Masters in International Affairs from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID) in Geneva, Switzerland and a Double Bachelors in Political Science and Global Studies from the University of California- Los Angeles (UCLA).

As an Energy Analyst with the U.S. Department of Energy- Beijing in the Winter of 2010-2011, Diana directed a project analyzing China’s future energy supply and demand, the country’s current energy security strategies, and potential opportunities for foreign governments and companies. This project was considered by the U.S. Embassy in Beijing as a theme for bilateral talks and is now being used as the “China Energy Primer” for the U.S. Department of the State and the U.S. Department of Energy.

As the Energy and Environmental Analyst with UNESCO- Bangkok in the Summer of 2010, Diana identified public policy challenges and options to increase energy equity and environmental security to developing countries in Southeast Asia. Her work lead her to speak at the Fifth UNESCO Asia-Pacific School of Ethics Roundtable entitled “Mundialization, Bioethics, and Policy” in Singapore, where her research was well-received by academics, government officials, and climate change experts.

Her interest in energy stems from her need to uncover the political, geographical, environmental and diplomatic constraints that limited resources bring to the global economy. While her passion in Asia stems from a lifelong interest in the cultures, languages, and cuisines of the region. Currently living in Beijing, Diana hopes to meet like-minded individuals and explore exciting new opportunities.

Please contact Diana at:

Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/dianamngo

Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/diana-ngo/15/177/1a7

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EnergyInAsia

Disclaimer: All articles written on this blog reflect the analysis and opinion of the author and are not in any way connected with any of her affiliations.


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