I lead Operation Zero, HCWH Europe’s project to develop and implement a methodology for any national or regional health authority to produce a healthcare carbon footprint and a decarbonisation roadmap to net-zero emissions. I am also involved in strategic aspects of the Climate-smart Healthcare programme.
Prior to collaborating with HCWH Europe, I spent eight years working in consultancy, leading and working in multidisciplinary teams on carbon and climate risk, adaptation, and resilience projects across a range of sectors, including healthcare, rail, infrastructure, and industry. I hold a Bachelor's degree in Physical Geography from the University of Southampton and a Master’s degree in Environmental Sciences from the University of East Anglia. I’m also a Chartered Water and Environmental Manager with CIWEM.
In my spare time, I enjoy reading, taking spinning classes on Peloton, and going for walks with my family dog - a black miniature schnauzer called Pierre.