Jacqueline Musiitwa is a Senior Climate Finance Advisor at USAID, charged to lead USAID’s mobilization of $150 billion in public and private finance. She is an international attorney specialized in business, human rights, and sustainability. She previously served in various leadership capacities at Rio Tinto, the Trade and Development Bank, and the World Trade Organization. Jacqueline currently teaches at Georgetown University and the University of Cambridge and speaks and writes regularly on African business and geopolitical issues. She has published articles in the Financial Times, Project Syndicate, National Public Radio, CNBC Africa, and has been interviewed by BBC, Newsweek, NPR and the Guardian.