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.
Sanaya Khisty is the Chief Strategy Officer at Beyond Zero Emissions and a Non-Executive Director of Climate for Change. She has experience in the public, private and non-profit sectors.
Earlier in 2020, Sanaya achieved a major policy reform in corporate governance for Certified B Corporations while working at B Lab Australia and New Zealand. Before joining B Lab, she was a senior consultant at a firm specialising in education policy. There she managed a multi-year evaluation of a $32 million government initiative and advised state governments in Australia and the USA. Prior to that Sanaya was an advisor to two federal parliamentarians.
Sanaya holds a Juris Doctor and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Melbourne, and a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the Australian National University. She is a 2017 Fellow of the University of Melbourne’s Pathways to Politics Program for Women and Women’s Environmental Leadership Australia 2020.
RECENTLY REVIEWED BY SANAYA KHISTY
Responsible sourcing: The business case for protecting land and environmental defenders and indigenous communities' rights to land and resources
Directors' liability and climate risk: Comparative paper - Australia, Canada, South Africa and the United Kingdom
RECENTLY PUBLISHED BY SANAYA KHISTY
RECENTLY POSTED BY SANAYA KHISTY
In 2015, Indigenous Business Australia launched Indigenous Investment Principles (the Principles), aiming to provide a voluntary investment framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Preceding the launch was two years of consultations with 40 Traditional Owner groups and Indigenous organisations across Australia, along with investors, advisors, and the resource sector.