Drew D’Alelio is a third-year joint degree student at the Yale School of Management and Jackson Institute of Global Affairs focusing on climate and infrastructure finance and international economic cooperation. Prior to Yale, Drew worked at the Center for Global Development where he evaluated the effectiveness of foreign aid programs and development finance institutions. While there, he helped conduct a survey of development banks and their efforts to finance the sustainable development goals and climate action. Prior to that he worked at the National Endowment for Democracy, supporting the grant-making process for civil society and anti-corruption groups around the world. While at Yale, Drew has held internships at the US Development Finance Corporation’s renewable energy and infrastructure finance team where he supported the underwriting process for solar, wind, and water projects in Asia and Latin America, the OECD’s sustainable development finance division where he helped write a publication analyzing how financial institutions can shift their portfolios toward sustainable investments, and at the UN Conference on Trade and Development where he published a paper comparing green stimulus packages in the 2008 and 2020 economic crises. On campus, Drew is also the co-president of the Economic Development Club and Business and Politics Club, and supports the Center for Business and the Environment (CBEY). Drew graduated from Northwestern University in 2016 where he majored in Political Science and International Studies.