Rachel is an Analyst at the World Bank Carbon Markets and Innovation Practice. She is the co-task team lead of the Networked Carbon Markets initiative, which is piloting innovative tools and frameworks to support the next generation of climate markets under the Paris Agreement. Before joining the World Bank Group, she worked as a Research Analyst at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment to support policy analysis on carbon pricing. Rachel Mok has a MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London and a BSc in Geography with Economics from the London School of Economics.
Susan David Carevic
Susan David Carevic is one of the co-creators of the World Bank Group Blockchain Lab and specializes in blockchain identity and climate related use cases. She created strategic roadmaps to guide technology planning and investments, including the 2015 3-year strategy for the World Bank Group’s internal IT systems, and roadmaps supporting areas of strategic importance, such as datacenter consolidation, integration, collaboration and identity access management. Prior to coming to the World Bank Group, she served as the Refugee Operations Manager and Product Strategist for the U.S. State Department’s Refugee Processing Center in support of their worldwide refugee resettlement program. Ms. Carevic has a M.S. in Management Information Systems from George Washington University and a BA in Political Science and German from Purdue University.
Mert Ozdag has joined the bank last year, specializes in blockchain and IoT related use cases. He designed and implemented blockchain prototypes for supply chain, education, results based finance related use cases. He also delivered various trainings on IoT and Blockchain platforms. Prior to coming to the World Bank Group, he served as Software Development Manager for NEC working on major Telecom, IoT and monitoring solutions.
Stephanie Rogers is a Financial Specialist at the World Bank, focusing on the development and implementation of innovative financial instruments to address climate change. Stephanie leads the World Bank’s Climate Auctions Program, including the Pilot Auction Facility for Methane and Climate Change Mitigation, and co-leads the Carbon Markets and Innovation team’s work on operationalizing new market instruments under the Paris Agreement. Before joining the World Bank, Stephanie worked on corporate sustainability and risk management at the International Finance Corporation and as an attorney in government and private practice.