Lucy is an environmental and sustainability advisor with specific expertise on climate change. As an analyst she has also contributed to the review of UK government international development programmes for the Independent Commission for Aid Impact.

Lucy has worked on UK and international policy, in particular the integration of environmental issues into international development programmes. Most notably, Lucy developed and established climate change as a new issue at UNICEF, developing a sustainability strategy and policies, building advocacy campaigns and fundraising innovation. She managed and launched Marks & Spencer’s first social carbon offset programme – fuel efficient cookstoves – with UNICEF Bangladesh.

She has a passion for and experience in setting up sustainable social enterprises. Lucy’s work on not-for-profit and private sector enterprises includes setting up a UK based energy company and a community interest company based in Cornwall.

Earlier in her career Lucy worked as a policy researcher and analyst at think tanks on issues ranging from democratic engagement, criminal justice and climate change, most notably with the Institute for Public Policy Research. She has competencies in policy analysis, research, project management, facilitation, public speaking and writing.