Kamila is a Climate and Energy Transition Diplomacy Researcher.
She conducts research and analysis to inform policy briefings, reports, and presentations, focusing on fossil fuel producing countries. In particular, she conducts research on Russia’s political economy and the way it shapes its energy transition and broader climate policies, as well as potential avenues for climate cooperation between the UK and Russia.
Kamila has previously worked as a research assistant for the Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum; the International Multimodal Communication Centre at the University of Oxford; and the Center for Security Studies at ETH Zürich. She was also a Fellow of the Monterey Summer Symposium on Russia.
Kamila holds an MPhil degree in Russian and East European Studies from the University of Oxford and a BA in Modern Languages and Cultures (French and Russian) from Durham University.
In her spare time, Kamila enjoys travelling, hiking, practising yoga, learning languages, dancing salsa, singing, and playing the piano.