Neil was a Deputy Director at Echoing Green leading the start-up post-investment support team and an $8.5m climate portfolio. He has helped these start-ups raise $20m collectively to bring their climate solutions from lab to market. Neil writes for Forbes on next-generation climate solutions and startup investing, and has been invited to speak at the United Nations, Oxford, Harvard, and Princeton universities because of his work. He has over five years of management consulting experience across four continents with Dalberg, Accenture and KPMG, delivering projects in the energy, government, agricultural, and technology sectors.
Neil graduated from Oxford University with an MBA, and has a triple degree in Robotics Engineering, International Business, and Management from Adelaide and Hong Kong Universities, and is sitting an Executive Masters of Environmental Masters at Yale University. His is the former Vice Curator of the New York Hub founding the Climate Braintrust projects convening 24 local climate entrepreneurs and 100 advisors to support frontline climate solutions in New York City (2017) and San Francisco (2018). Neil is committed to curb climate change through raising investment dollars, providing advisory, media and engineering support for climate entrepreneurs, locally and internationally.