Grace Lange

Master of Environmental Management , School of Forestry & Environmental Studies , 2017

Grace is a second year Master of Environmental Management student specializing in Business and the Environment. Her background and interests focus on climate change, energy, and finance. Before coming to Yale, she launched a microfinance project in Cameroon for women farmers. To build capacity for the microfinance program, Grace led financial seminars and organic agriculture technical trainings. After Cameroon, Grace spent two years in Washington, DC working as a Climate Change Consultant at ICF International, consulting Environmental Protection Agency, Word Bank, and USAID clients.

This past summer, she provided energy investment advisory while at the Department of State in Angola. She briefed the Ambassador in preparation for the U.S.-Angola Energy Strategic Dialogue, wrote State Department cables on renewable energy, and participated in bilateral meetings to support U.S. business interest in Angola.

In her free time, Grace enjoys learning new languages, skiing, and yoga.


Reopening of schools in Guinea
Powering Africa Is the Key to Development
Marginal Promenade, Luanda, Angola
OPEC Nation Commits to Renewable Energy, But Investors Are Wary