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Aimée Christensen is founder and CEO of Christensen Global Strategies, which advises clients seeking to address climate change, ecosystem degradation, and resource scarcity, including the Clinton Global Initiative, Duke Energy, Global Observatory, Ogilvy, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Swiss Re, The Elders, U.N. Development Program, U.S. Department of Energy, Virgin Unite, and Wolfensohn + Co. Aimée has two decades' experience in policy, law, advocacy, and philanthropy including with Google.org, World Bank, Baker & McKenzie, and the Department of Energy, where she drafted the first bilateral and regional climate change accords. In 2008 she was named an ""Emerging Leader"" by the New Leaders Council. Aimée served on the Council on Foreign Relations Task Force on Climate Change, addressed the 2008 Democratic National Convention, and at the 1992 Earth Summit, introduced Al Gore on behalf of US Youth at Rio. She attended Smith College (BA) and Stanford Law School (JD), where she wrote the Climate Change and Investment Responsibility Policy adopted by Stanford's Trustees in 1999. She is a Fellow of the second class of the Catto Fellowship of The Aspen Institute and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.