Amandine Muskus has extensive experience in energy and environment issues both in the United States and the European Union. She consulted for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on the 2008 CAFE rulemaking technical analysis and regulatory drafting. She also worked on the global harmonization of transportation safety, road infrastructure and vehicle to infrastructure issues within both the UN/ECE WP.29 and European Union.
Prior to Global Automakers, Amandine worked for two Brussels-based firms: S3Transportation, an transportation consultancy; and the European Biodiesel Board. She holds Bachelor and Master Degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University and a Doctorate in Strategic Negotiations and Diplomacy from the Institut d’Hauts Etudes Sciences Politique (Sciences Po), Paris.