As Deputy Director of the International Department, Bevan oversees programs across Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean under funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the U.S. Department of State. Under these programs, she manages a team that designs and implements technical assistance and capacity building partnerships with energy regulators and energy sector stakeholders. In her capacity as Deputy Director, Bevan ensures NARUC’s international work supports foreign partners in making tangible improvements in energy regulation that advance strategic economic, sustainability, and access goals. She manages coordination with donors and USG initiatives, such as Power Africa, which aims to double access to electricity in partner countries, and low emissions development initiatives. She has also helped develop a number of regional partnerships that support coordinated efforts such as developing regional electricity markets, advancing clean energy, and improving tariff methodology.
Bevan additionally oversees global initiatives, such as developing an internship program to support women in energy regulation, and publications focused on practical guidance for regulators on mini-grids, gender, renewable energy, and cost-reflective tariffs. She speaks Italian and has intermediate language skills in Spanish and Arabic.