MENTORS

Our community of mentors are either finance industry or sustainability issue experts, or have been promoted after being high quality contributors. These generous souls mentor Altiorem's contributors through to the publication of their work. They are a critical part of ensuring that the quality and reliability of Altiorem remains high. We are incredibly grateful for their work.
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Alexandra Brown

Alexandra is the founder of Invest with Ethics, a business that promotes and supports ethical and responsible investing. She has a strong academic background as an Honours graduate with double degree and works as an ethical investment consultant for a leading financial adviser group.

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.

Fei Xukan

Eco-enthusiast interested in ESG and Responsible Investment Strategies. Participated in work projects across Australia, USA, China, France and Germany: enjoys working across diverse borders, cultures, and contexts. Currently, based in Sydney.

Mariana Wheatley

I’m Altiorem’s business manager. My role encompasses marketing, fundraising, business and operations support and volunteer engagement. I’m interested in the intersection of social and environmental issues, particularly those that work towards a just transition to a future where people, nature and the economy flourish.

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.

Paul Millar

Australian lawyer with a background in international human rights, interested in how investors can consider human rights based on international law and, for which,  I devised a model in a PhD.  I enjoy walking in national parks with my wife, playing tennis and the violin.

Emmalene Wysocki

I am currently studying a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) with an ambition to complete a Master of Environmental Psychology. I’d like to apply my knowledge to advocate pro-environmental and sustainable behaviour.

Madeline Combe

After completing a Masters of Sustainability in 2019 at Sydney University, I began working in corporate sustainability at the Sydney Opera House before transitioning into the finance sector where I took up a position with Refinitiv, an ESG data provider, in a market development and ESG engagement function. Currently, I work in community engagement/business development for a social impact start up in the disability sector.

Fiona Donnelly

Based in Hong Kong since ’95, CA turned BD pro with sector depth/interest/understanding of the interface of business and sustainability.  Hardwiring as CA has drawn me to get involved in the finance/investment side of sustainability.

Craig Blundell

Business focused analytics professional with a career spanning multiple industries including extensive experience in the finance and energy sectors. Committed to delivering high quality analysis, research and insights using a range of quantitative/analytical methods and tools. Passionate about ESG, sustainable finance, and the transition to a low-carbon economy.

 

Sanaya Khisty

Sanaya is an experienced policy advisor and project manager, who has worked across multiple policy areas in politics and consulting. She believes strongly in the power and work of Altiorem because of the potential gains to be made by improving sustainability in business and finance.

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.

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