Denzel is the founder and CEO of DHInfrastructure, a consulting firm that provides infrastructure investors, policymakers and regulators with analysis and advice, rooted in principles of economics and finance. Internationally, he works with multilateral lending banks including the World Bank, International Finance Corporation, Asian Development Bank, and African Development Bank. In the US, he works on litigation and arbitrations involving utilities and infrastructure service providers. He has directed more than 100 projects in more than 70 countries over the course of 20+ years career in consulting.
He has a BA in International Relations from William and Mary ('94), and an MA in Energy, Environment, Science and Technology from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.