As a researcher at Corporate Citizenship I work across our service lines to provide qualitative and quantitative research and analysis. This includes benchmarking corporate responsibility strategy, contributing to SDG-focused thought leadership and conducting detailed analysis of community investment data.
I have an MA in Climate Change: History, Culture, Society from King’s College London where I specialised in climate change-focused political ecology and the communication of climate change to the public as well a BA (Hons) in Geography from the University of Cambridge. Alongside my studies I worked with a range of NGOs including 350.org, the Bretton Woods Project and TECHO - contributing to work on climate change-related divestment, the role of gender in IMF-led projects and urban inequality in Latin America.
I have worked with a wide range of clients including Unilever, Prudential, Marks & Spencer, GSK and Nokia.
Person I Most Admire:
The Pacific Climate Warriors - a group of young Pacific Islanders refusing to be passive victims of climate change.