For Women’s History Month, Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte Gives Advice to Women Who Lead

Ronee Saroff of Tufts Now interviews Rachel Kyte, the first woman to serve as dean of The Fletcher School, in honor of Women’s History Month.

Rachel Kyte has dedicated her career to increasing access to clean, affordable energy for the world’s poor. A 2002 graduate of Fletcher’s Global Master of Arts program, Kyte served as special representative of the UN secretary-general and chief executive officer of Sustainable Energy for All.

Before that, she headed the World Bank Group’s campaign to advance international action on climate change and support clients in the move to a low-carbon future. Kyte grew up in eastern England and earned her degree in history and politics from the University of London. She is married and has two children.