Sandhya Tenneti comes with more than six years of work experience in the environmental, social and governance (ESG) field. She has strong experience in uncovering sustainability related risks and opportunities to enhance long term value of companies and countries.
Sandhya has a Bsc (hons) from the University of Bradford, Masters in International Studies from North Carolina State University and a MS in Energy Policy and Climate from Johns Hopkins University. She co-authored a paper based on her capstone at Johns Hopkins that looked at carbon risk in sovereign credit analysis, specifically looking at the potential stranded assets risk that countries face, an industry first research piece. It was awarded the Best Environment Paper in November 2014 at the Geneva Summit for Sustainable Finance.
In her spare time, she likes to travel, read and listen to music.