Bradley Kratzer is an Adaptation Finance Associate with WRI’s Climate Resilience Practice. His work analyzes and supports government efforts to build climate resilience, including through improved mainstreaming of climate risk management and understanding of the full benefits of adaptation investments. He also supports research related to locally led adaptation across technical sectors and geographic regions.

Previous to WRI, Bradley supported El Salvador’s Ministry of Economy to integrate gender and climate considerations throughout the planning, implementation, and evaluation of economic development initiatives. As a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer in Panamá, Bradley worked to align and implement community environmental conservation initiatives across the Panamanian Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Education, and Panamá Canal Authority.

He holds a BA in Environmental Studies from American University and a Master of Global Human Development from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, specializing in the intersection of economic development with climate and the environment. Bradley is based in Washington, D.C.