Tim brings a background spanning the private, public, and nongovernmental sectors to the ClimateWorks sustainable finance program. Most recently he was stationed in Germany where, with the support of a Robert Bosch Foundation fellowship, he worked in the international climate finance unit of the German Federal Environment Ministry (BMUB) and the climate competence center in Germany’s state development bank (KfW). Prior to his time in Germany Tim spent five years at the Greenhouse Gas Management Institute developing emissions measurement, reporting, and verification (MRV) capacity building interventions for a range of global applications including carbon trading, low emissions development planning, and international treaty compliance. Tim has also worked in the private sector commercializing emission reduction projects under the Clean Development Mechanism. He holds a BA from Willamette University and an MSc from the London School of Economics.