Annie is an experienced professional specialized in disaster risk management, climate governance, and environmental studies. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Disaster Risk Management and Climate Governance at Structuralia Academy in Spain.
As an Independent Consultant since 2013, she has worked on diverse projects, including Technology Needs Assessment – Adaptation for the Government of Guyana, in partnership with UNEP and the Technical University of Denmark. She also played a key role in preparing the Project Implementation Plan for the Third National Communication to the UNFCCC and assessed Guyana’s Protected Areas System subprojects.
Previously, Annie served as the Project Coordinator for the Second National Communication to the UNFCCC Project (2008-2012), overseeing various aspects of vulnerability assessment, greenhouse gas inventory, and mitigation assessment.
Her background includes roles as a Senior Researcher in the Governance Unit of the Office of the President and as a Senior Environment Officer at the Environment Protection Agency in Guyana.
Pitamber holds a Master of Arts in Sustainable International Development from Brandeis University and a Bachelor of Science in Environment Studies from the University of Guyana. She has also earned certifications in business administration and climate change vulnerability/adaptation assessment.
Contributing to publications and reports, Annie’s research paper focused on Photovoltaic Technology as an energy alternative for community development in Guyana. Additionally, she has authored Technology Needs Assessment reports for adaptation.
Proficient in English, her mother tongue, Annie’s extensive expertise and educational background reflect her commitment to environmental sustainability and climate change adaptation.