After working for decades as an executive leader in private industry and government, Jorge Rosenblut now works as an independent consultant to help clients incubate growth, encourage evolution from legacy practice, and transition business models to manage disruption and re-emerge in their industries.
From 2000 to 2015, Mr. Rosenblut acted as president and held Chairman of the Board roles within Enel Group (Endesa Spain), a global energy leader. One of his key accomplishments was helping to direct the $16 billion split of Enersis into two separate entities – Enersis America and Enersis Chile, the largest corporate split ever executed in Latin America.
Prior to joining the ranks of corporate executives, Mr. Rosenblut held leadership roles in the Chilean government in the 1990s. He received his master’s degree in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School in 1985, and that year joined the World Bank in Washington, DC.
Mr. Rosenblut has been a Member of the Board of Directors of the Institute of the Americas since 2014 and is currently serving as Chairman of the Board. He is based in Miami, Florida, and is the proud parent of a daughter who is currently completing her MBA at Columbia University in New York City, and a son who recently completed his BA at Washington University, Saint Louis, and is now exploring his early roots in Chile.
Development and execution of Hartrees’s strategy in energy related advisory services in Mexico.
Provide strategic advice to the global advisory services Director and other Managing Directors in New York so that they have accurate view of the Mexican energy market and the company’s future
Identification, development and closing of new business opportunities in energy trading activities in Power (either renewable or fossil fuel) Natural Gas, Liquid Fuels.
Prepare and implement Hartree’s business initiatives by planning cost-effective operations and market development activities
Currently Director of the University of Guyana GREEN Institute and Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Economics, University of Guyana, I have worked in academia, the public sector (the Guyana Forestry Commission, Bank of Guyana, and Privatisation Unit) and the private sector (with an environmental and economics consulting company in the US). At the University of Guyana, my teaching and research have been in the general areas of applied microeconomics and econometrics, with a particular interest in environmental and natural resource economics and management, institutional and behavioural economics; and econometrics. Most recently I have organised an annual green economy workshop series, and was responsible for the establishment of a green institute at the University of Guyana. I have a PhD in Economics from the University of Kent (UK), my Dissertation having been titled To Trust or Not to Trust Others: Norms, Interactions and Institutions.
Outside of my professional activities, I am an active member of Guyana’s civil society and am also the founding president of the Epilepsy Foundation of Guyana.
Rosanety Barrios, Degree in Finance by the Universidad Tecnológica de México, Master in Finance by the National Autonomous University of México and Master in Economic Regulation of Net Systems by the Barcelona University.
Rosanety developed herself in the Mexican financial sector, working for 15 years as a stock market analyst. From 2000 to 2013, she was head of the Natural Gas and LPG Transport Department at the Energy Regulatory Commission.
In 2013, she joined the Ministry of Energy as General Director of Electricity Generation, one year later, she became the first Head of the Industrial Transformation Policies Unit. From this position, she was member of the board of Cenagas (Mexico´s ISO for natural gas) and PMI Internacional.
Rosanety collaborated actively in the conformation of current Mexico´s legal framework for the Energy Sector. She was a key person for the creation of Mexico´s natural gas and oil products markets, and their storage policy.
Since December 2018, Rosanety is an independent analyst on energy matters. She is member of the board of “Voz Experta”, a very high-profile women´s collective group that promotes the visibility of women in every energy forum. Also, she is an editorial board member for energy issues of “Reforma” a national news paper and columnist at magazines Energy & Commerce and Energía Hoy.
Claudia Pessagno is an Associate Director of Companies & Transactions Research at IHS Markit within the Upstream division. She is responsible for international company research, focusing on the equity analysis, valuation, and capital & portfolio strategies of oil and gas companies in Latin America. Her coverage includes most major National Oil Companies (NOCs), Integrated Oil Companies (IOCs), and E&P companies in the region. Ms. Pessagno joined IHS Markit in 2006. She is fluent in Spanish. Ms. Pessagno holds a B.A. (Spanish Language/Latin American Studies) and an M.A. (International Political Economy & Development) from Fordham University.