Jennifer Möller-Gulland’s experience lies in water economics, water governance, the assessment of water related risks and water resource management challenges and prioritization of actionable solutions, as well as modeling global supply chains and their socio-economic and environmental impacts.
Möller-Gulland manages and coordinates international projects with multi-cultural project teams, and works in business development and related strategy design. She is experienced in managing multi-stakeholder engagements, building cooperation between stakeholders and developing required networks to successfully complete engagements and create sustainable impact.
Previously, she was a Manager at PwC India. Her role included being PwC’s Global Account Manager for World Bank/ 2030 Water Resources Group and Coordinator of PwC’s Global Water Network. Before this, she worked as a water economist for PwC Germany, Ecologic Institute and UN-Water.
Möller-Gulland’s key previous consulting clients include IFC/ 2030 Water Resources Group, European Environment Agency, Europeaid, European Commission (DG Research & DG Environment), GIZ as well as leading multinational companies in the Chemical, Energy, (Luxury) Retail sectors and private banks in Switzerland.
Her work on economic policy instruments, water resource efficiency metrics, water and land grabs in Africa, the water-energy-food nexus and water markets has been published in various journals and handbooks.
Countries of Work Experience: India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Mongolia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Kenya, Uganda, Namibia, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Palestine, Israel, Republic of Marshall Islands, various European countries