Roxana Sanchez Servin de la Mora is the Program Management Intern at WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. She is deeply passionate about sustainability, public policy, and international collaboration. Roxana's diverse professional background spans research, policy analysis, and community engagement, all aimed at driving sustainable solutions.

Roxana worked as a Sustainability Research Aide at Arizona State University's Center of Energy Research and Policy prior to joining the Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. In this capacity, she worked on a variety of projects, including coal plant repurposing project proposals, hydrogen economy exploration, economic implications of ozone-non attainment, and QGIS mapping. She also worked as a Jr. Public Policy Analyst at CEGAM in Mexico City, where she conducted policy analysis for a dynamic economic model in collaboration with UNITAR. Roxana also gained valuable experience in environmental policy through internships at the UN Environment Programme for Latin America and the Caribbean's resource efficiency office.

Roxana is pursuing a Master of Global Management in Digital Transformation at Arizona State University / Thunderbird School of Global Management and holds a BA in Environmental Science Engineering.

Based in Phoenix, Arizona, but originally from Mexico, Roxana enjoys swimming and reading in her free time. She is fluent in English and Spanish and has some knowledge of German and programming languages.