We are grateful to these strategic advisors who provide guidance to the initiative.
Carol is Professor of Accounting at Durham University Business School and Swinburne Business School. She is an internationally renowned author in integrated reporting, social and environmental accounting and sustainability reporting.
Carol is a member of the ACCA Global Forum for Sustainability, the ICAS Sustainability Committee, and the Climate Disclosure Standards Board’s Technical Working Group. She was previously the chair of the Global Reporting Initiative’s Stakeholder Council and a member of the International Integrated Reporting Council’s Capitals Technical Collaboration Group. She has also served as a Director and Council Member of AccountAbility and was involved in developing the AA1000 Framework.
Kevin is Chief Sustainability and Innovation Officer and a member of the global Executive Board for HH Global. He has a deep knowledge of the innovation landscape and has developed an ecosystem of partners that includes startups, leading universities, and NGOs that help drive meaningful change for HH Global’s clients.
Kevin possesses a wealth of experience from 30 years in the marketing and technology sectors. He has driven and implemented technology solutions for some of the biggest brands in the world. Kevin is a member of the Forbes AI Executive Advisory Board and an Ambassador for the Meaningful Business 100.
Oliver has been getting equally excited and frustrated about sustainable business and responsible supply chains for 15 years.
He helped develop and grow the 2degrees network over the last decade – a global sustainable business collaboration platform of thousands of practitioners and leaders – and has worked with clients across industry sectors such as Unilever, Mars, Johnson & Johnson, Sky, Co-op, Interface, Stanley Black & Decker, npower and EDF Energy, as well as advising some of the leading sustainable business technologies and consultants. He is now the Founder of Galvanised, where he makes positive change happen faster in businesses and supply chains.