Nazrin Camille Castro is the manager of the Philippine branch of The Climate Reality Project. Having worked for almost a decade in the development sector, Nazca has gained political and technical expertise on climate policy development and advised key government officials to help shape and advance the country’s climate agenda, specifically in strengthening climate finance access, youth and stakeholder engagement, and climate advocacy-building, nationally and regionally. She led the organization of the 2016 CVF Leadership Events that launched the 2016 Low Carbon Monitor Report, one of the first reports on keeping the 1.5ºC goal of global warming as well as the 13 panel sessions of the 2018 Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) Virtual Summit, the first high-level online dialogue with heads of state. She also engaged in collaborative researches on Sustainable Insurance Facility (SIF) and climate risk insurance for the micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) sectors of Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines. She earned her degree in Political Science at De La Salle University, where she was an academic scholar. She does yoga and helps out in the family’s events designing services.