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The SLoCaT Secretariat is the administrative body of SLoCaT, overseen by the Board of the SLoCaT Foundation. The SLoCaT Secretariat services both the SLoCaT Partnership and the SLoCaT Foundation.

The SLoCaT Secretariat is currently based in Shanghai, China and is hosted by the CESG-Shanghai.

SLoCaT Secretariat Mailing Address:
Far East Plaza, 317 Xianxia Road, Room 1811-B
Shanghai, 200051, China

Vacancies and Internships

SLoCaT Secretariat Team

Holger Dalkmann - Interim Secretary General

Holger Dalkmann has over twenty years of experience working in the field of transport, cities, sustainability and climate change. He was appointed as Interim Secretary General of the Sustainable Low Carbon Transport Partnership begin of May 2018 by the Board of Directors. He is one of the Co-founders of the Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) and has been on the SLoCaT Board since 2013. In June 2016 he became elected Co-Chair of the Board and was just re-elected in October 2017.

From 2011 until 2017 he worked for the World Resource Institute (WRI) in Washington DC. He was Director for its EMBARQ program, which catalyzes environmentally and finacially sustainable urban transport solutions to improve quality of life in cities. After moving to Berlin last year, he began working as an independent consultant for i.e the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), Department for International Development (DFID) and Agora Verkerhswende.

Previously he worked at the UK-based consultancy, TRL and at the Wuppertal Institute for Energy, Climate and Environment (Germany). Holger holds a Masters degree in Geography and taught at the University of Duisburg and University of Trier and has published over a 100 articles including the influential Avoid-Shift-Improve concept.


Karl Peet Sustainable Transport Research Director 

Karl is currently leading research on various topics including a financing framework for sustainable transport, with the goal of meeting targets defined by evolving global climate change and sustainable development agendas. Previously, Karl developed recommendations for the Climate and Environment Services Group-Shanghai (CESG) to help meet sustainable transport demands in China. Prior to that, Karl served as Project Manager in Strategic Planning and Policy at the Chicago Transit Authority, focusing on climate change mitigation and adaptation, bus rapid transit planning and implementation, and multimodal and active transport. 

Karl holds a Master of Public Policy/Urban Planning and a Master of Arts in Linguistics from Harvard University, and a Bachelor of Science in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University.


Talya Enriquez Romano Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Membership Director

Talya Enriquez Romano works closely with SLoCaT members to coordinate their activities on sustainable transport with those of SLoCaT Partnership. Prior to joining SLoCaT, she served as the Director of Greater China at Marinedream Foundation where she was responsible for raising awareness and capacity building on sustainable oceans and marine life. Her international work experience was in Istanbul, New York and Shanghai, where she worked in both local start-up and multi-national non-profit organizations including World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).

Talya holds a Master of Public Administration in Non-Profit Management and Public Policy from New York University and an undergraduate degree in International Relations and Political Science from Bogazici University in Istanbul, Turkey. She currently lives in Shanghai, China. 


Mark Major Senior Advisor 

Mark provides support and advice to SLoCaT, in particular in relation to the global sustainable development processes and the developing action agendas flowing from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and Habitat III. He is also a Visiting Professor at the Chinese Academy of Transport Science (Ministry of Transport) in Beijing and contributes to the University of Oxford course on the 'Global Governance of Transport'. Previously Mark was the Team Leader for Sustainable Urban Mobility for the European Commission based in Brussels and also negotiated for the EU the transport aspects in the UNFCCC and UNCSD processes.

Mark has a MBA in International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management (USA) and a  Bachelor's degree (with Honours) in Civil Engineering from Oxford Polytechnic (UK). Mark is based near Girona in the north of Spain.


Angela Enriquez - Senior Associate

Angela is a Senior Associate and provides project management and research support on climate change and urban transport projects. Prior to SLoCaT, Angela was an Associate at the World Resources Institute where she supported research on the topics of urban transport actions and policies within the climate agendas on the sub-national, national and global levels. She was also the lead of the Low Emissions Development Strategies Global Partnership (LEDS GP) Transport Working Group where she provided capacity building support to national and subnational governments on how to plan and implement sustainable, low carbon transport actions. Prior to joining WRI, Angela worked as a Transportation Planner in the public and private sectors. Her responsibilities included performing stakeholder outreach, market research, and developing cost-effective alternatives within budgetary constraints for public transport projects.

Angela holds a joint Master of Science in Regional Development Planning and Management from Technische Universität Dortmund and University of the Philippines, Diliman and a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Analysis and Design from the University of California, Irvine. She currently resides in Washington, DC.


Sudhir Gota - Senior Transport and GHG Consultant

Sudhir Gota specializes on environmental issues related to transport sector and has extensive experience in transport data crunching for different types of policies, projects & investments. He was the first recipient of the Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship for Sustainable Transport and Energy Efficiency. He is the main architect of the TEEMP models which has been endorsed by GEF and used by other development banks such as ADB, IADB and World Bank in more than 50 cities. He has been instrumental in bringing green freight and transport data into agenda in Asia through research and advocacy. He is an active researcher and has co-written a book on low carbon transport, several publications and policy briefs on transport and environmental issues challenging conventional practices and advocating innovative solutions. 

Sudhir holds a Master of Technology from National Institute of Technology (Warangal) and a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Bangalore University.


Nikola Medimorec - Senior Researcher 

Nikola supports SLoCaT on research and data collection for various topics related to sustainable transport and climate change. Prior to SLoCaT, Nikola worked as a research consultant for the Korea Transport Institute and, most recently, for the Global Green Growth Institute. During an internship at CityNet he assisted in the preparation of a sustainable urban transportation workshop for representatives from Asian cities. He also engages on sustainable transport policy in Korea on his website

Nikola holds a Master of Arts in Urban Geography from Seoul National University and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Geography from Trier University. He is based in Seoul, Korea.


2001-2003 M.Tech (Transportation Engineering)(with GATE Scholarship), Traffic Engineering, Urban and Regional Planning and Pavement Engineering, NIT Warangal, India

• 1996 – 2000 Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Bangalore University, India

Alice Yiu - Program Manager

Alice Yiu is a Program Manager and supports the implementation of a range of SLoCaT Programs and events. Prior to her role in SLoCaT, Alice has been working as a Sustainable Transport Researcher with the Climate and Environment Services Group-Shanghai (CESG), contributing to the establishment of the Urban Development and Transport Database on China's sustainable transport development.

Alice is originally from Hong Kong and she holds a degree in Political Science from Brigham Young University-Hawaii.


Cece Chen - Accounting Consultant

Cece Chen is currently assisting in accounting related work for SLoCaT, including monitoring the accounting records and coordinating with external accountants and CPA firm. Previously, Cece had professional experience with a realty group in Chicago and also a large multinational corporation in Shanghai.

Cece holds a Master of Accountancy from DePaul University in Chicago and a Bachelor of Corporate Finance from Shanghai University of International Business and Economics.




Bente Verheul - Research Intern

Bente is currently supporting SLoCaT's research team regarding Transportation and Climate Change. She is a passionate bicyclist and student of the Master's Program Transportation Systems at TU Munich. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering from TU Delft, where she minored in Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics. Since then, she has been focusing more on sustainable development, urban mobility, and land policies and governance. Previously, she interned at the Sustainable Mobility division of the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) and worked at the Chair of Land Management and Land Tenure at TU Munich as a student assistant.


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