Tanya Bodell is the Executive Director of Energyzt, a global collaboration of energy experts who create value for our clients through actionable insights. In this role, she oversees Energyzt’s advisory services, levering leading analytical capabilities, industry experience and expertise to help clients unlock value through informed their business decisions. Using a multi-disciplined team of industry experts and integrated energy market models, Energyzt provides insights into the changing dynamics of electricity, natural gas, petrochemical, coal and rail industries to help companies create competitive advantage. She is based in Boston, Massachusetts.
Ms. Bodell interacts extensively with executives and senior management of energy companies, adding value through development of business strategy, expert insights, and transaction support. She has advised on billion dollar acquisition opportunities and managed billion dollar energy procurement processes. Ms. Bodell also has significant experience in high-stakes regulation and litigation in which hundreds of millions of dollars are at risk. She has played a key role in cases arbitrated, mediated, litigated, and heard before regulatory agencies, providing industry context, assessing business damages and lost profits, advising on settlement strategy, directing research and analyses, and formulating case strategy. She couples her quantitative background in economics, finance and statistics with a qualitative understanding of market rules developed while designing and implementing competitive wholesale and retail markets in both North America and abroad.
Before joining Energyzt, Ms. Bodell was a Managing Director at FTI Consulting where she co-founded the Electricity Consulting Group. She previously served as the Vice Chair of the International Centre for Expertise at the Interational Chamber of Commerce, Vice President at Charles River Associates, and was a Principal at Putnam, Hayes & Bartlett (subsequently PHB Hagler Bailly), as a member of their energy consulting practices.
She has a Masters in Business Administration from the MIT Sloan School of Management, a Masters in Public Policy from the Harris School of Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago, and an undergraduate degree in Mathematical Economics from Pomona College in Claremont, California.
Ms. Bodell regularly speaks on energy trends, writes articles on industry topics and is a regular columnist for Pennwell Publications’ Electric Light & Power and Wiley Publications’ Natural Gas & Electricity, offering bi-monthly insights on economic, policy and business dynamics impacting energy markets.