Frauke Roeser has two decades of experience in climate policy, sustainability and international development. Her work focuses on advancing the climate policy and sustainable development agenda as well as climate finance in developing countries. This spans the development of conceptual policy frameworks and strategies, designing sector specific policy responses and measures, building capacities along with institutional and governance structures on the ground. She has extensive experience directing and supporting projects in many parts of the world, collaborating with government and non-government stakeholders and partners. Frauke co-founded NewClimate Institute and in that function assumes various management roles in the organisation. Prior to NewClimate Institute, she worked for many years for international consultancies and the private sector in Germany and the UK on climate policy, sustainable energy and wider sustainable development related topics. For several years she was based in Argentina working for the government as climate policy advisor for the former Ministry of Energy. Frauke holds an MA in Literature and Political Sciences and an MSc in Environmental Strategy.