Sustainable Mobility Consultant
Specialising in sustainable aviation fuel and sustainable mobility in public affairs, marketing, business development and project management. Also founded Fly Green Alliance which works towards commercialising sustainable aviation fuel through research, policy change, thought leadership and cross disciplinary collaboration.
Current work includes: Business Development at University of Amsterdam after becoming a grantee from Booking.com. Also accepted as a new startup at Climate Kic as Founder of Fly Green Alliance and am Project Manager for TACKLE which is a UEFA supported programme where I have been part of the report writing process.
Previously I was supervisor for Manuel Eberhart who wrote his thesis at VU, Amsterdam, on the policy and legislation which applies to turning waste into sustainable jet fuel in Netherlands. I was part of a panel discussions at BCW and EHL on the circular economy within tourism and part of a working group at UNWTO to create a white paper on circularity within the tourism sector and have taken students at Leeds University on a circular economy tour of Amsterdam. Also chaired a stakeholder workshop including RSB, Q8 Petroleum Research & Technology, VU, University of Amsterdam and Port of Amsterdam discussing what will cause the tipping point when it comes to further use of sustainable aviation fuel.
Was invited to THE Port at CERN in 2019 to be one of the business leads specialising in sustainable mobility as part of a humanitarian hackathon and subsequently have become a founding member of the Remotely Green Association which specialises in remote working solutions and current thinking.
Working with University of Geneva and supervising a student's thesis on 'Corporate travel shift toward sustainability during the COVID-19 pandemic' and was part of a panel discussing careers in sustainability with Birkbeck College, London.
Under the work of FGA I co-hosted with Art Fuels Forum a closed door event with key aviation stakeholder discussing green recovery plans for the sector.
More energy transition work to be announced soon.