Tatyana Marshall is a senior energy and development leader who heads RTI’s international Energy Practice, managing a portfolio of energy projects across 14 countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa. She has over 20 years’ experience advising on, implementing, and managing USAID-funded energy programs focused on institutional and energy market reform, regulatory agency creation, electric utility turnaround, energy regulation development, energy subsidy, institutional capacity building, human resources development, and training for utilities and regulatory institutions.
Ms. Marshall helped establish four energy regulatory agencies and helped build the capacity of national energy companies, electric utilities, and government officials in Bangladesh, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Tanzania, and Turkmenistan. She trained hundreds of electric utility staff in Kosovo, Georgia, and Tanzania. Having earned an MBA with a focus on finance early in her career, Ms. Marshall has effectively implemented market-based approaches and maximized partnerships with private-sector entities such as commercial banks, energy companies, and other lending institutions. Ms. Marshall’s exposure to the donor, private-sector, and banking community, as well as her 12 years of field experience across emerging markets, allows her to draw on a global network of contacts to rapidly assemble and mobilize teams with wide-ranging expertise. Ms. Marshall also champions gender equity and sources teams and consultants with an eye to promoting women into technical and managerial positions.