Suriya Evans-Pritchard Jayanti is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center and the co-founder and managing director of Eney, a US-Ukrainian decarbonization company. She also serves as energy transition counsel at the US Department of Commerce, where she advises foreign governments on how to formulate and implement their energy transition strategies. Before starting Eney, she represented the United States as an international attorney-advisor at the US Department of Commerce, helping countries all over the world reform and restructure their energy sectors to enhance their attractiveness to outside investment, and to secure their energy and independence. Prior to this, she served as a US diplomat with the US Department of State. As well as assignments in Kuwait, the Bahamas, Iraq, and Washington DC, she served as the US energy, cybersecurity, environment, science, technology, and health chief in Kyiv. There, she worked closely with Ukrainian counterparts to help reform the country toward good governance, anti-corruption, and energy security.