Born in New York City and raised in Puerto Rico, Marcos’ background is primarily in economic development and sustainability policy. He has served the Governor of Puerto Rico as Deputy Advisor on Federal Affairs, Energy and Climate Change, working on a broad range of issues – from the economy to the environment to Puerto Rican identity and culture. Most recently he served as the Chief of Staff of the New York City Energy Policy Office, where he oversaw the City’s clean energy plans. Marcos has also served many organizations as a policy and project consultant, including the Habitat for Humanity Latin America headquarters in Costa Rica, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, the Honduras Garifuna legislative caucus and the Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company. Marcos holds a dual Masters in Public Affairs and Urban & Regional Planning from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, and a BA in Political Science and Economics from the University of Puerto Rico.
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