Kerstin Mohr

Kerstin Mohr’s focus is the evaluation of international climate protection projects as well as the analysis of national and European energy policy. She enriches Arepo’s services by bringing in her experience from research, business, politics and civil society, which allow her a holistic view on questions of the climate crisis and energy system transformation.

Before Kerstin Mohr joined Arepo, she worked for the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and an association of municipal utilities. In the main office of the association, she was responsible for monitoring and analyzing energy and climate policy at national and European level. With the aim of advancing decarbonization at the municipal level, she promoted the exchange with actors from politics, business and civil society. At PIK, she was part of an interdisciplinary team researching biofuel policy in Europe and Brazil and held several lectureships at the Free University of Berlin. She is also active in a non-governmental organization, where she focuses on the interrelationships between climate and gender justice.

Kerstin Mohr is an experienced project manager with a detailed eye for the big picture and proven background in project development, acquisition, implementation and evaluation. She is currently responsible for a project on gender-responsive climate policy in Colombia, which she developed and acquired. Under her leadership, the project is implemented by a German NGO in cooperation with local partner organizations. Previously, as project manager for Germany and Europe, she was responsible for projects for eight municipal energy supply companies. 
She knows how to pull the strings in both national and international projects. Managing complexity is her strongsuit.

Kerstin Mohr studied Governance & Public Policy and International Political Science in Germany, Brazil and Colombia. She has also lived for some time in the USA and France, and research stays and seminars have taken her to Russia and Georgia, among other places. She is fluent in English, Portuguese and Spanish and has an advanced knowledge of French.

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