Dileimy Orozco

Senior Policy Advisor

Dileimy is a Senior Policy Advisor working on sustainable finance. Her work focuses on international climate finance.

Dileimy Orozco
E3G London Office
@dile_o

Dileimy is at the forefront of E3G’s efforts in macroeconomics and climate change, where her dedication lies in incorporating climate considerations into the governance of the macroeconomy and weaving macroeconomic thinking into climate politics and diplomacy. She works on international financial architecture reform, exploring solutions to increase fiscal space and new financing for developing economies.

Dileimy has a wealth of experience in sustainable finance and the political economy of the transition, and her work spans Latin America, the UK, Africa, and Southeast Asia. Her expertise lies in navigating the intricate intersection of public finance, political economy, climate change, and economic development, where she passionately strives to shape a sustainable future. Dileimy was seconded into the UK Cabinet Office to lead the development finance portfolio in the COP26 Unit. Dileimy’s work extensively involves the multilateral financial system, showcasing her expertise and leadership.

Dileimy has a Masters in International Trade, Finance, and Development from the Barcelona School of Economics, along with a Bachelor’s in Economics from the Universidad Central de Venezuela, Dileimy brings a robust educational foundation to her multifaceted work.

Dileimy holds an MSc in International Trade, Finance and Development at the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics in Spain, and a BA in Economics from the Universidad Central de Venezuela. Her research project in her MSc focused on how Mexico could access funding from its Diaspora to transform its economy.

Dileimy is at the forefront of E3G’s efforts in macroeconomics and climate change, where her dedication lies in incorporating climate considerations into the governance of the macroeconomy and weaving macroeconomic thinking into climate politics and diplomacy. She works on international financial architecture reform, exploring solutions to increase fiscal space and new financing for developing economies.

Dileimy has a wealth of experience in sustainable finance and the political economy of the transition, and her work spans Latin America, the UK, Africa, and Southeast Asia. Her expertise lies in navigating the intricate intersection of public finance, political economy, climate change, and economic development, where she passionately strives to shape a sustainable future. Dileimy was seconded into the UK Cabinet Office to lead the development finance portfolio in the COP26 Unit. Dileimy’s work extensively involves the multilateral financial system, showcasing her expertise and leadership.

Dileimy has a Masters in International Trade, Finance, and Development from the Barcelona School of Economics, along with a Bachelor’s in Economics from the Universidad Central de Venezuela, Dileimy brings a robust educational foundation to her multifaceted work.

Dileimy holds an MSc in International Trade, Finance and Development at the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics in Spain, and a BA in Economics from the Universidad Central de Venezuela. Her research project in her MSc focused on how Mexico could access funding from its Diaspora to transform its economy.

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