CEO, Christensen Global Strategies, LLC
Aimée Christensen is CEO of Christensen Global Strategies, advising clients including the Clinton Global Initiative, Duke Energy, Ogilvy, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Swiss Re, The Elders, U.N. Development Program, U.S. Department of Energy, Virgin Unite, and Wolfensohn + Co. Aimée serves as Strategic Adviser (USA) to Cambridge University’s Programme for Sustainability Leadership and the Prince of Wales’s Business&Sustainability Programme, and is the Program Chair of the World Climate Summit, which brings together business leaders to collaborate on building the global clean economy. She has two decades’ experience in policy, law, advocacy, and philanthropy including with Google.org, the World Bank, Baker&McKenzie, and the U.S. Department of Energy where she drafted the first bilateral and regional climate change accords. Aimée serves on the Board of the American Council on Renewable Energy and addressed energy issues at the 2008 Democratic National Convention. She is the 2011 Hillary Institute for International Leadership Laureate for exceptional leadership on Climate Change Solutions and a 2010 Aspen Institute Catto Fellow. She attended Smith College (BA) and Stanford Law School (JD).