Barbara manages DHInfrastructure’s finances and contracts. From 1998 to 2007, Barbara was a research associate and then consultant to the Peterson Institute for International Economics, where she coauthored a book and numerous articles on economic sanctions.
Deborah works on water and energy sector projects in Asia pacific, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia. She obtained her MS in Public Policy from Maastricht University/United Nations University-MERIT, and her BS in Economics and Political Science from the College of Charleston.
Nicole works on willingness-to-pay and cost of service studies, economic and financial analysis, and project evaluation. She has an MS in Resource Economics from the University of Massachusetts and dual degrees in Economics and Business from Westfield State University’s Honors Program.
Hannah has a B.A. in Economics from Reed College, where she wrote her undergraduate thesis on the social and economic implications of forest management schemes in Nepal. At DHInfrastructure, she works on program evaluations in energy and environment.
Business Development Associate
Rehab supports DHI in marketing and business development. She specializes in administration, proposal writing, and coordination of large, donor-financed projects. Her skills also include IT and GIS base mapping. She has an MA in Islamic Studies, and a BA in Psychology.
Eugene is interning at DHIfrastructure while finishing his accounting degree at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He assists with maintaining financial records, updates the company’s website, and supports the CEO and managers with preparation of Expressions of Interest and Proposals.
Neil is an electrical engineer with 40 years experience in power systems design and operations. Specialising in transmission and system operation and the interaction with electricity markets and trading arrangements.
William Schulte has nearly 50 years’ experience working on energy, telecoms, and water regulatory matters worldwide. He holds a BS in Management Engineering from the University of the Pacific and a MS in Civil Engineering from Stanford University.