Cofounder and Chief Executive Officer
Why I work for Seismic:
Because business needs to make a Seismic Shift – for the sake of the planet and all of us who live on it. I want to put my sustainability and business experience to best use alongside a world-class team of leading social and environmental experts, who are not only incredibly talented, but such great fun to work with.
I love a challenge and businesses face a multitude of challenges today. I have a track record of helping businesses gain a competitive advantage and increased shareholder value through sustainability performance.
Some companies I’ve worked with:
I have worked directly with and led teams conducting work with clients including Tesco, Vodafone, Aldi, Aviva, JLL, Ted Baker, PWC, Lily’s Kitchen, Bank of England, 10 Downing Street, BT, Crown Estate and the National Trust.
A seismic change I’d like to see in the future:
I’d like a future where B Corps and Net Zero emissions commitments become legally binding for all companies, globally.
Where I like to be:
I grew up on the Isle of Wight, and needed to learn to sail to escape! I love to be with great company, in exhilarating weather sailing somewhere wild or exotic.
Collaboration and Alignment: A fundamental route to Net Zero
We Mean Business Coalition and B Lab, two prominent non-profit organisations, have announced a new partnership to accelerate progress in cutting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions worldwide. This partnership is a significant milestone for both the Net Zero and B Corp movements.
Our second year of Seismic impact
2022 was another year of seismic change. We doubled down on our mission to help as many businesses as possible become a force for good and moved closer towards our goal of helping 10 million people join the shift. We’ve had some pretty Seismic moments – our 2022 Impact Report provides a glimpse into our impact.
UK government’s Net Zero strategy ruled unlawful
Amidst endless news coverage of the unprecedented heatwave, we received some much-needed good climate-related news. In a landmark ruling, the UK government’s Net Zero Strategy was ruled unlawful.