I founded twentyfifty in 2004 and am now Chief Executive Officer.  Currently, I lead the international growth of our business and work on several of our larger client accounts: engaging senior leaders, facilitating industry and multi-stakeholder dialogues and devising responses to particularly challenging situations.   

I learnt human rights whilst supporting organisational change in the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and working for Mary Robinson in her outreach to business was a highlight.  I am a great believer that in learning to respect human rights, companies can build the social intelligence and adaptive capabilities to navigate what promises to be one of the most challenging periods of human existence; the road to 2050. 

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