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Lynda Clemmons

Lynda Clemmons, one of the most highly respected and well-connected business executives in the energy industry, is best known for her work in building the weather derivatives market during her eight years at Enron. She joined Enron in 1992 when she was 23 years old and became – just five years later – one of the youngest ever Enron executives to be made vice-president. She is now an independent consultant on energy, the environment and weather derivatives.

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