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Guzman Energy appoints Daniela Shapiro as new CFO

Daniela Shapiro Guzman Energy

Guzman Energy, the wholesale power provider headquartered in Colorado, has named Daniela Shapiro as its new Chief Financial Officer, the company announced this Tuesday.

Firstly, she will take Guzman’s financial activities and its capital strategy for new and ongoing projects. Secondly, she arrives to the company with more than 20 years of experience in team leading; and capital transactions surpassing the 5 billion.

Before she entered Guzman, she was leading Engie’s distributed renewables team for North America. In addition, she served for 11 years to several companies in its renewable growth strategy.

Consequently, “Daniela’s professional experience and passion for a sustainable energy transition make her an exceptional addition to our team.” Said Christopher Miller, president of Guzman.

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“Firstly, we are extremely excited to have her on board and serving as a key part of our executive team; to lead the next phase of our business strategy. Secondly, Guzman Energy continues to grow and as we expand into new markets, Daniela will be integral to enhancing our strategy.” He concluded.

Shapiro has had a very successful banking carrier over the last 10 years. She has originated, advised, structured and closed substantial deals for the industry. Also, she has dealt with project financing, infrastructure advisory, and tax equity investments.

She has a Bachelor degree on Science in Electrical Engineering, from Brazil’s college UNIFEI; she also holds a masters degree in Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management, at the Northwestern University.

Finally, about her appointing, she said. “It is an honor to join the Guzman team. I look forward to helping strengthen the company’s overall financial approach and also addressing our customers’ energy challenges by delivering reliable, sustainable and affordable power.”

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