Miriam S. Wrobel
Miriam Wrobel leads FTI Consulting’s global Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) practice, representing more than 250 professionals across FTI’s business segments focused on supporting clients across their ESG programs. Ms. Wrobel advises public and private companies and a wide range of investors on ESG evaluation, strategy, and implementation efforts, leveraging her 20 years of transactional and strategic experience and deep background in the energy transition to support the development and execution of multi-pronged ESG and sustainability programs.
Ms. Wrobel has advised public and private companies, as well as universities and local and state governments on ESG and energy transition matters. She specializes in the strategic evaluation of ESG initiatives utilizing a financial lens, incorporating rigorous financial analysis to help clients execute ESG initiatives that drive revenue growth, cost savings, and cost-effective risk mitigation.
Ms. Wrobel has extensive experience in clean energy and sustainability finance, having led, advised, or participated in hundreds of transactions in renewable energy and energy efficiency. She has experience in novel financial structures including municipal pre-pay power purchase agreements, energy services agreements for energy efficiency, green bank loans, and green bonds.
Prior to her consulting career, Ms. Wrobel was the clean energy product specialist within Citigroup’s Municipal Securities Division, advising traders, investment bankers and their clients on renewable energy investments. In this role, she evaluated all renewable energy transactions within the division and led due diligence and negotiation of investments in wind, solar, and energy efficiency projects.
Ms. Wrobel holds a B.A. in Political Science from Stanford University and an M.B.A. in Finance and Real Estate from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.