|Present||Master of Arts, PhD Candidate, University of San Francisco|
|Present||PhD Student at Rutgers University, Rutgers University|
|Present||United Nations Consultant, Rutgers University|
Clean-tech innovation, renewable energy policy (Europe, US, South America), Government Policy, United Nations Negotiations, IFC, WB, WTO, Trade Policy
Honors and Awards
- Kyle has worked with the United Nations in Geneva and New York from 2011-2014 as part of the Expert Working Group on the Framework Convention of Climate Negotiations (UNFCCC), which will culminate with a hopeful global agreement in Paris in December 2015. In New York he worked for the Council for Global Security and Governance (CGSG), a private arm of the UN integrating multinational companies into the decision-making and investments for climate policies; he also worked with Greenmax Capital Advisors in Brooklyn, in partnership with the International Finance Corporation, to develop clean-tech programs in South America. In 2011 after gaining a Masters in International Studies from the University of San Francisco, Kyle spearheaded lobbying for logical EU-wide renewable energy policies in Brussels and Denmark under the auspices of the International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE). Since 2012, he has increased his global presence in the clean-tech innovation network via his own non-profit, The Coalition for Renewable Energy, which researches and presents evidence for successful implementation of country-wide clean-tech programs around the world.