Hilda Yumiseva is a private consultant in Energy Economics in Washington, D.C. She provides advice to governments in developing countries in energy policy and finance. Her practice focuses on training government technicians on the financial aspects of hydrocarbons projects, improving the fiscal regime, and ensuring that hydrocarbons policies are consistent with balanced growth objectives.
Ms. Yumiseva has a broad experience in the development field. She is a former staff member of the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank, where she served a country economist, in charge of macroeconomic and sector adjustment programs, in several African and Latin American countries. She has served as a member of the IDB Inspection Panel.
She has also been a resident economist in Equatorial Guinea, Bolivia, Ghana and Nicaragua.
Ms. Yumiseva has a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Florida. More recently, she studied at CEPMLP, where she obtained a M.Sc. in Energy Economics and is currently an LLM candidate in Petroleum Finance.