I'm an experienced C-Level professional with 12+ years of experience working in various industries who has developed a strong interest for climate change and sustainable development. I'm based in Singapore. Passionate about climate change issues, I'm now fully dedicated to supporting organizations and individuals in their transition towards a low-carbon future.
I hold a MBA degree from ESSEC Business School in France, an Executive Master from INSEAD, and a Cambridge Certificate in Sustainability Leadership.
I'm a trained facilitator of a successful climate change education workshops named The Climate Fresk. I'm facilitating it in public, with companies, schools or universities.
I have always felt attracted by the topic because it's about our future and our way to inhabit our Planet together. However the true wake-up call up came in March 2021 when I did join the Climate Fresk workshop as a participant. I walked into it assuming I was already having a strong knowledge about climate change and 3 hours later I was realizing that I had a total misunderstanding of it and a misperception of what was needed to tackle the issue.
Hereafter I decided pretty rapidly to bring the workshop into my company and it triggered the same kind of awaking effect. I was then pretty convinced by the purpose of the tool but also by the critical lack of education on the topic which was a barrier to change individually as well as collectively.
So I decided that the next step for me was to get trained to be able to deliver this workshop around me and raise awareness thanks to a science-based workshop. Ever since I am enjoying every occasion I'm getting to talk about climate change.
I am in charge of the local coordination of the Climate Fresk workshop which means:
The Climate Fresk workshop is a science-based tool to educate about climate change so the first challenge was for me to increase my knowledge which was something quite easy thanks to, first, the existing facilitators community plus the support of Climate Fresk association but also thanks to the very supportive ESG network I have joined and especially The Matcha Initiative.
The second challenge was about trying to work on the "Call to Action" part in the workshop that follows the part where all participants have gained much better scientific knowledge about how climate is changing. We worked a lot on it with the community and to be honest we still are because change is very subjective. But we did tremendous progress and we realize that being part of a larger community that can, together, make sense of impactful collective or individual actions (even those are not the ones they are implementing) provides strong support and confidence to all.
I'm proud of many things!
I'm more than happy to engage in chats that could range from shifting career and moving to the ESG space (hopefully we will all get there) but also how to bring the topic and raise awareness within my organization or my communities.
Training, sustainability strategy, corporate finance
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Local Community involvement, CSR, Philanthropy
Strategy, Governance & company mission (including Reporting)
Carbon Management and Carbon Footprint