- Senior Director, Head of Environmental Initiatives, World Economic Forum
1992, degree in Geography, Cambridge; 1994, Master's in Natural Resource Economics, Univ. College London. 1994-98, inaugural Natural Resource Economist, UK Natural Environment Research Council; 1998-2005, with consultancy Environmental Resources Management, latterly as Managing Partner. 2006, joined the World Economic Forum as Director, Environmental Initiatives, to build the Forum's engagement in environment and resource security issues; since then has led the environment and resource security agenda; since 2014, Head, Public-Private Partnerships and Member of the Management Committee. The World Economic Forum is now an established contributor to the global environment agenda, in particular in relation to promoting public-private cooperation. Current areas of activity include water security, climate change and sustainable growth /circular economy. International Fellow, IIED; Associate Fellow, Royal Institute of International Affairs; Trustee, The Climate Group; Chair, 2030 Water Resources Group Executive Committee; Chair, UNFCCC Momentum for Change Advisory Panel on Climate Finance.