Carlos Aguilar is a Program Associate in Environment at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. He manages a portfolio of grants that support organizations working on climate and clean energy finance with the ambitious goal of addressing climate change by accelerating the transition to a climate-friendly economy.
Previously, Carlos was at Collective Health, a tech-based health insurance administrator leading the employer healthcare economy.
Throughout his undergraduate career, he worked at El Centro Chicanx y Latinx as a program coordinator – work that embodies his commitment to uplifting marginalized voices in all spaces.
Carlos holds a bachelor’s of science degree in biology from Stanford University.