Contributors are the heart and soul of Altiorem.

This group of generous volunteers complete the summaries of research and tools which are collected on Altiorem. Contributors benefit by extending their learning with applied research skills, being mentored by industry experts, and making a positive contribution to changing finance for good.

We are also incredibly grateful to our university partners at University of Technology Sydney, The University of New South Wales and Monash University.
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Nathaniel Chan

I’m a Product Manager for an asset manager with an ethical fund range, and I am intersted in helping clients align their investments and superannuation with their values, and to be a force for good.

Bradley Dollin

I am passionate about the economic world and wish to contribute as well as make a difference in the societal issues that we face.

Raghav Badarayan

I am currently studying at University of Technology Sydney undertaking Bachelor of Business/Science in Information Technology, Business/Commerce.

Frida Panayi

Risk Consultant, GRC & Sustainability at PwC Australia

Rolina Hong

I am currently studying finance and medical sciences student at University of Technology Sydney with a keen interest in the impact of finance and investments on our society and the environment and its possibilities to solve these issues.

Tra Pham

I’m a university student looking to find the intersection between sustainable finance and other sectors, predominantly law (such as litigation issues) and the sciences.

Saskia Kort-Chick

Saskia Kort-Chick is the Director of ESG Research & Engagement at AllianceBernstein (AB). She leads AB’s global efforts to further enhance investors’ ability to integrate social issues into their decision-making and investment processes.

Miranda Evans

I am in my final year at The University of Sydney, undertaking a Bachelor of Science in Geography and Social Policy. Ultimately, I intend to pursue a Masters Degree in International Development and engage in work that most directly promotes equal opportunity, social mobility and justice for all.

Hugh Dawkins

A recent graduate from UNSW (B Economics/B Arts) majoring in financial economics and Mandarin. Passionate about sustainable finance, responsible investing and economic development.

Heather Moore

Heather is a specialist in anti-slavery and trafficking, with experience in the fields of program management, capacity building, policy and research. Her current work focuses on supporting organisations to re-imagine current approaches to labour-force engagement, placing human rights and decent work at the forefront of business planning.

Josh Kahn

Josh graduated Monash University with a double-degree of Commerce and Global Studies, majoring in Sustainability and International Studies respectively. He has since gone to work in Amsterdam with GRI, privately consult two-ASX 200 companies in sustainability reporting and circular economy strategy, and is now working as a management consultant in sustainability and social-licence advisory with Futureye.

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