Anaitée Mills has over 12 years of experience working in international development, consulting for highly reputable organizations such as the Inter-American Development Bank, World Resources Institute, the University of Oxford, and the World Bank; and for governments in Latin America and the Caribbean. She holds a BSc in Human Resources Administration, certifications in Project Management, Energy Planning and Climate Policy Development and postgraduate studies in Climate Change and Development from the School of Advanced Studies at the University of London.
In 2011, she joined the IDB in Washington DC where she worked for the Energy and Climate Change Sector Divisions supporting the implementation of sustainable projects in Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Belize, Barbados, and Guyana. She spent 5 years at the Country Office in Jamaica where she provided technical and operational oversight to climate change projects and programmes.
In 2019 Anaitée was engaged by the Government of Jamaica to coordinate the Prime Minister’s co-leading role for the Climate Finance and Carbon Pricing Action Track at the United Nations Climate Action Summit. Currently, Anaitee consults in topics related to climate finance, disaster risk financing, resilient infrastructure and collaborates with government agencies and private sector organizations in facilitating policy consultations, partnerships development, stakeholder engagement and project implementation, applying skills in strategic preparation, active communication, problem solving, and unbiased objectivity to guide and motivate sectors in progressing the achievement of climate projects and programs. She has co-founded ITACA Solutions, a technical services provider focused in promoting innovation, training, and adaptation in coastal areas in the Caribbean.