Susan Gray is global head of S&P Global Ratings Global Infrastructure Practice. She joined S&P Global in 2015 to lead the practice, which, as its first new practice in 17 years, reflects S&P Global's commitment to the infrastructure sector. Susan has 20 years' experience in investment banking at Macquarie Group, focused on infrastructure, working in Asia, Australia and, most recently, North America. Previously, Susan advised the Australian federal government on trade, industry and labor policy issues. Susan holds economics (honors) and law degrees from the University of Sydney. She is a member of IIF's Green Finance and Infrastructure Working Groups and was a delegate to the 2016 B20 in China. Susan was actively involved in the report issued by the Bipartisan Policy Centre's Executive Council on Infrastructure, "Bridging the Gap Together: A New Model to Modernize US Infrastructure." She also led S&P Global Ratings' development of its new Green Evaluation product. Susan is an NACD Fellow and trustee of the Tenement Museum in New York.