At Corporate Citizenship I specialise in assisting clients to measure, understand and manage their social, economic and environmental impacts. I work with clients to identify the sustainability opportunities and risks both across their business and within their supply chain.
I am passionate about ensuring my clients are able to effectively engage and communicate with their internal and external stakeholders around these impacts, and as a result, can meaningfully embed these sustainability learnings into their future strategy and decision making.
Before joining Corporate Citizenship in June 2015, I was an Economic Analyst at Market Economics, an independent research consultancy based in Auckland, New Zealand. Within this role, I delivered economic impact assessments, cost-benefit analyses, and industry trend analysis and forecasting for both private and public sector organisations. This work enabled my clients to make evidence-based decisions when planning and implementing their strategic priorities. I hold a BCom in Finance and Management and BSc in Geology from the University of Canterbury, and a BSc (Hons) in Geography and an MSc (Hons) in Environmental Science from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Client & Project experience:
I have enjoyed working across several of Corporate Citizenship’s service areas, including impact assessment, materiality, assurance and strategy development. I have experience in many different industries and international markets, and have delivered solutions for a range of clients, including Diageo, G4S, Barclays Bank and HeidelbergCement.