Baysa leads the Global Climate Finance Tracking workstream. Her work focuses on assessing global climate finance flows on the how, where, and from whom finance is flowing toward low-carbon and climate-resilient actions globally. Baysa and her team supports decision makers in assessing the scale of finance, identify the main actors in the market, reveal investment gaps, and highlight opportunities to mobilize finance to fulfil investment potential. She is a contributing author to IPCC 6th AR and UNFCCC Biennial assessment and Overview of Climate Finance reports.

Prior to CPI, Baysa worked as a fiscal policy consultant at PwC, where she managed international and EU projects and advised clients on fiscal and tax policy issues in developing and developed countries. She also has an extensive experience of working with multinational companies on corporate compliance, restructuring and advisory services in energy, mining, infrastructure and financial services industries. Baysa holds an MBA from the University of Cambridge, with a focus on energy and environment.