Mr. Garcia has over 30 years of experience in the power generation and consulting. He began his career working for several utility-owned and private-owned power plants of various technologies in Colombia, South America. He progressed from a field operations and maintenance engineer and supervisor to manager of technical, environmental, and generation (COO). In Colombia, he also supported consulting assignments in parallel to his plant management duties. He then relocated to the United States, recruited by one of the top global manufacturers of gas turbines, steam turbines, generators, and power plant equipment. From there he managed the implementation, service operations, sales, and contract negotiation of multi-million-dollar long term service agreements (LTSA’s) of combined cycle power plants across the Americas until he joined K&M Advisors as Technical Services Director. His diverse work experience includes power plant projects development, O&M, construction monitoring, due diligence, risk assessment, consulting, and contract negotiations in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Guyana, Italy, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. He is familiar with various types of power plant contracts (PPA, LTSA, O&M, GSA, EPC), with international energy market drivers, and applicable technical and environmental regulations. In addition to his extensive training in power plant O&M and business management education, Mr. Garcia holds a degree in mechanical engineering and a minor in surface mining projects from Universidad del Norte, a post-graduate production management specialist degree from Universidad ICESI, and a commercial contracts management master’s certificate from Villanova University. He is a native Spanish speaker, fluent in English, and fair in Portuguese. Mr. Garcia is reachable at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr. Bradford Dunn is an economist by trade with extensive business development experience throughout
East and Southern Africa as well as the Asia-Pacific.
Prior to joining K&M Advisors, Mr. Dunn served as Senior Program Manager for the Economic Governance
Inclusive Growth Partnership in Papua New Guinea. This partnership is part of the broader PNG-Australia Governance
Partnership funded by the Government of Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). He
worked across the facility to design and implement economic development programs forging business-to-business
and business-to-government linkages.
Prior to PNG, Mr. Dunn led components of and/or provided input for all aspects of the capture and
proposal phases contributing to $50 million of new business for Abt Associates’ International Economic
Growth (IEG) Division. Mr. Dunn led IEG in-country capture work in Ethiopia, Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Malawi,
Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. He is intimately familiar with best practices in
business development as well as USAID, MCA, and DFAT rules and regulations.
Mr. Dunn has a Master’s in International Affairs, with a focus on International Economics, Business and
Trade, from The George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs. He holds a
Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Wake Forest University.
Mr. Dunn is reachable at email@example.com
Ms. Anneliese Gegenheimer is a Manager on the Transaction Services team, where she provides feasibility analysis, due diligence, and financial and economic modeling services for various projects. Prior to K&M Advisors, Ms. Gegenheimer was a Managing Consultant at IBM, where she focused on deployment and go to market strategies for large software implementations and seller enablement for IBM Watson AI products. She received her Master’s degree in Energy, Resources, and the Environment from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration and Chinese from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ms. Gegenheimer is available at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr. Kappaz leads K&M Advisors’ office in Colombia. He is an expert in project management and quality control. Previously, he was responsible for day-to-day management of three major power projects in Colombia developed, constructed, owned and operated by a former K&M affiliated company. Moreover, he managed the Colombia side of activities leading to financial close of those transactions, provided logistical support for construction activities, served as in-country liaison during start up and operation, and provided oversight for the operation and management contracts. In addition, Mr. Kappaz served as legal representative to KMTel, assisting the company to develop a new private digital telecommunications system in Cartagena. Prior to joining K&M, he was a senior corporate executive, private practice attorney, independent businessman and professor. J.D., Law, University of Cartagena.
Mr. Edwards is Senior Project Manager and Manager of Construction with over 30 years of project and construction management experience. Mr. Edwards has implemented over $8 billion of international infrastructure projects in a variety of positions ranging from field engineer and site construction manager to project manager. Earlier in his career, Mr. Edwards served as Construction Manager for the Bechtel Corporation where he was responsible for all of Bechtel Eastern Power’s domestic and international power station engineering and construction management assignments. Mr. Edwards has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma, an MBA from Golden Gate University and has taken Construction and Project Management courses at Stanford University.
Mr. Mackay has over 30 years of experience in the energy industry. He is an LNG commercial expert specializing in the business development of LNG import projects, LNG-to-Power projects and LNG procurement. He provides K&M with consulting and advisory services in LNG business development, specializing in LNG procurement and small-scale LNG and the commercial development of LNG import terminals, FSRUs and LNG-to-power projects. From 2011 to 2016, Mr. Mackay headed up commercial and business development for BW Group’s floating LNG infrastructure business, including FSRUs, FSUs and LNG supply/sourcing. During this time, he managed the bid and led commercial development of BW Group’s 5 year FSRU charter to EGAS in Egypt to successful award in August 2015 and commissioning in October 2015. Mr. Mackay joined BW Group from Gazprom in Singapore where he led their Asia Pacific LNG marketing activities. During this time, he originated, negotiated and closed Gazprom’s first structured mid-term LNG sales deal into India (7 cargoes over 2 years). Prior to Gazprom, Mr. Mackay had a 25-year career with Shell in variety of engineering, commercial and business development roles.