ENERGY LEADER FOR TOMORROW 2023
Carolina Ana da Graca, originally from Angola, holds a bachelor's degree in maritime transportation management and security. She has received numerous awards, including the Dwight Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship, which allowed her to present her research on the importance and challenges of maritime cybersecurity at the Transportation Research Board’s (TRB) 101st Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. Ms da Graca is pursuing her master's degree in transportation planning and working for Chevron Angola as a Business Analyst under the intern program.
She believes the maritime industry is pivotal in the energy transition and wants to be a pioneer in providing a sustainable future.