Rebecca Keller Friedman is a director for Adamantine. In her role, Rebecca guides Adamantine’s clients through the nuanced intersection of climate, ESG, disruptive technology and geopolitics to mitigate the unique risks facing each oil and gas company. By developing and supporting clients’ ESG and net-zero strategies, she supports Adamantine’s proactive and transformational work in translating companies’ sustainability and decarbonization aspiration into action. Prior to joining Adamantine, Rebecca worked as Head of Geopolitical Analysis for Onyx Strategic Insights, a division of Expeditors and as Director of Analysis for RANE (formerly Stratfor). Before that, she served as a Senior Analyst with Stratfor, focusing on the intersection of emerging technology and geopolitics. She had a deep history of forming, leading and training successful analytic teams in high pressure, client-centric environments. Rebecca holds PhD in organic chemistry from Colorado State University and a BA in biochemistry from Washington University in St. Louis. In addition to her academic credentials, Becca is certified as a sustainability excellence associated through Green Business Certification Inc., formerly the International Society of Sustainability Professionals. She also is certified in sustainability and climate risk with the Global Association of Risk Professionals. In her spare time, Rebecca cheers on her daughter and son in multiple sports and enjoys running her own 5K and 10K races.