Faris Natour

Faris Natour, Director, Human Rights and Business Initiative at UC Berkeley Haas School of Business

Faris Natour,

Director, Human Rights and Business Initiative at UC Berkeley Haas School of Business
Co-Founder and Principal, Article One

First year on the panel

Faris Natour is an internationally recognised expert, with more than 15 years of experience working at the intersection of business and human rights. Natour leads the Human Rights and Business Initiative at the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley, driving research and collaboration and teaching business and human rights in the MBA and undergraduate business programmes.

In 2015, Natour co-founded Article One, a business and human rights consultancy advising corporate and institutional clients on how to embed human rights in business and institutional operations. Before this, he spent 10 years at Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) in San Francisco, California, where he led BSR's global human rights practice as managing director. 

Natour has an LL.M. in International Law from George Washington University Law School, Washington DC, and a law degree from Universität Regensburg, Germany.

Andrew Logan

Andrew Logan, Director, Oil and Gas Program, Ceres

Andrew Logan,

Director, Oil and Gas Program, Ceres

First year on the panel

Andrew Logan is a director with Ceres, a coalition of non-governmental organisations and institutional investors representing more than $23 trillion in assets. Through powerful networks and advocacy, Ceres tackles the world’s biggest sustainability challenges.

Since joining Ceres in 2002, Logan has worked with investors to engage the oil and gas sector on key sustainability issues including climate change, carbon asset risk, biodiversity and water. 

Logan has a background in corporate strategy from his work with Bain & Company, a leading management consultancy.

Wu Changhua

Changua Wu, Chair, China Redesign Hub and Asia Region Liaison, Office of Jeremy Rifkin

Wu Changhua,

Chair, China Redesign Hub and Asia Region Liaison, Office of Jeremy Rifkin

First year on the panel

Wu Changhua has been a China sustainability policy and partnership specialist for 25 years. She now leads China and Asia strategy for the Office of Jeremy Rifkin in Maryland, USA, with a particular focus on smart and clean cities. A social entrepreneur, Changhua specialises in clean technology innovation and talent development. 

Wu Changhua formerly led The Climate Group’s operations and strategic development in the Chinese-speaking world. Prior to this, she was China CEO of ENSR and Director of China Studies at the World Resources Institute. She holds two graduate degrees, one in law from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the other in environmental policy from the University of Maryland.

Mandy Kirby

Mandy Kirby, Director, Reporting, Assessment and Accountability, UN Principles for Responsible Investment

Mandy Kirby, 

Director, Reporting, Assessment and Accountability, UN Principles for Responsible Investment

First year on the panel

As Director of Reporting, Assessment and Accountability at PRI, Mandy Kirby ensures that PRI signatories in more than 50 countries are able to effectively report on their use of environmental, social and governance factors in their investment decision making. She has implemented a framework for service providers to disclose their environmental, social and governance (ESG) approach.

Kirby liaises with global reporting and standard-setting bodies to support and improve the quality of transparency and disclosure. Previously, as Associate Director at the Maplecroft consultancy, she led research projects for clients in developed and emerging markets, advising on risk management and sustainability issues.

Marie Morice

Marie Maurice, Director, Natural Capital Finance Alliance

Marie Morice,

Director, Natural Capital Finance Alliance

First year on the panel

Marie Morice is the Director of the Natural Capital Finance Alliance (NCFA) and responsible for its overall strategy and global implementation. The NCFA provides a forum for financial institutions to work together and develop standardised methodologies to quantify natural capital externalities and integrate environmental risk in credit risk analysis.

A Senior Director of Sustainability Strategy, Morice has 15 years of experience in global environmental and social issues and in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. Marie recently worked at Barclays as Head of Global Sustainability Strategy for the CEO’s office, where she developed the bank’s global 2020 sustainability plan and helped create new commercial opportunities.

Before joining Barclays, Marie worked in senior sustainability roles at Accenture, CSR Asia, the UK Department for Transport, and WWF, on issues including sustainable cities, climate change and supply chains. In these positions she managed global teams and multi-stakeholder programmes in many regions, including Africa, Asia, Europe and the USA.

Merene Botsio Tamakloe

Merene Botsio Tamakloe, New Partnerships Manager, CARE International

Merene Botsio Tamakloe,

New Partnerships Manager, CARE International

First year on the panel

Merene Botsio Tamakloe is the New Partnerships Manager at CARE International UK where she works with the private sector to develop sustainable initiatives that benefit the poor, are attentive to gender dynamics and aligned with business interests.  

She previously worked for the Center for Financial Inclusion at Accion and later for Fidelity Bank Ghana Ltd. There she supported the go-to-market of Fidelity’s pioneering financial inclusion work and shaped a multiple award-winning sustainability strategy. At Fidelity, she forged partnerships with leading international development agencies to co-devise and manage projects focused on rural and agricultural development, women’s economic empowerment, youth, water, sanitation and hygiene, and enterprise development. 

Tamakloe has a BA in International Relations and Africana Studies from Wellesley College, Massachusetts, where she is a Fellow of the Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute for Global Affairs. 

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