Director, Energy, Infrastructure & Smart Cities
Frank Hollowell directs USIBC’s Infrastructure, Energy and Smart Cities portfolio from on the ground in Mumbai. His focus in the infrastructure space includes identifying specific sectors and projects which represent attractive opportunities for members. In addition, Hollowell is identifying initiatives to support India’s $1 trillion infrastructure investment over the next decade through dialogue regarding best practices on regulatory, skilling, project management and effective leadership.
Prior to joining USIBC, Hollowell led the Project Research team for CG/LA Infrastructure, a DC-based infrastructure advisory firm. His role facilitated partnerships between governments and companies to enable international finance, EPC, technology and equipment providers to enter new markets. Hollowell began his Washington, DC career on Capitol Hill as a Legislative Assistant for two Members of Congress who served on the Transportation & Infrastructure and Appropriations Committees.
Hollowell holds a master’s degree in International Trade and Investment Policy from the George Washington University, and bachelor’s degrees in Business Economics and International Affairs from University of California Riverside. Born in London, and having lived in France, Mexico, Italy, United Kindgon and California, he claims San Diego as his hometown. He speaks French, has played rugby for 17 years, and lives with his wife Molly in Mumbai, India.