Max Camateros-Mann


Max Camateros-Mann is PBPC’s Manager of Sustainability. In his position, he supports the development and execution of policy regarding sustainability and environmental affairs issues for PBPC.

Prior to joining PBPC, Max served as a Research Assistant for Federal Financial Analytics where his responsibilities included the analysis of bills, proposed rules, and banking agency actions to determine their impact on the financial services industry. He has also worked in research-based positions with GAP Solutions/the Foreign Service Institute, the European Research Coordination Agency (EUREKA), RE-volv, and Bentley Systems.

Max’s passion for sustainability motivated him to volunteer for RE-volv, a revolving fund offering solar power to nonprofits, and participate in an interdisciplinary research project studying the sustainability of Cuba’s agricultural system. Max’s love for agriculture and his proficiency in French led him to volunteer on organic farms in France.

Originally from Maryland, Max is a graduate of American University with bachelor’s degrees in International Studies and Economics. While at American, he studied abroad in Belgium and Cuba and worked as an intern for the Corn Refiners Association.