CC Huang is part of Equilibrium’s Investor Network team, working on sustainability strategy, China initiatives, and other strategic projects.
Before joining Equilibrium, CC worked with Energy Foundation on strategy and program development and with Calthorpe Associates on writing a manual for sustainable urban design. Previously, at Energy Innovation, she led the creation of urban sustainability guidelines, which were used to train central government officials and guide large-scale urban development projects in China, inform urban planning in Mexico City, and to promote sustainability in Sweden. CC has also worked at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, where she worked with the China Energy Group in advising China’s central government on energy policy. Additionally, CC spent time working in Beijing with the Natural Resources Defense Council on industrial energy efficiency projects and green supply chain policy.
She obtained her MPA from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School and completed her BA in International Affairs and Philosophy at George Washington University. She has also studied International Relations and Philosophy at Peking University and was a recipient of the Critical Language Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State.
She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.