Lindsay Hooper (琳赛·胡珀)
Lindsay is responsible for the Institute's work to educate and empower individuals and organisations to take leadership to tackle critical global challenges.
Over a decade in Cambridge she has led executive and graduate programmes to help leaders to build organisational capacity and resilience and to refine their strategy and business models to adapt to social and environmental challenges.
Her work has included the expansion of The Prince of Wales’s Business & Sustainability Programme to the USA, Australia and Asia, the growth of the Institute’s Masters level programmes on sustainability leadership, and the development of a significant portfolio of customised programmes. Lindsay has personally led a number of client projects, including the Institute’s work with Anglo American, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Arup, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, Grosvenor and Unilever and leads the Institute’s portfolio of programmes with senior Chinese leaders. She is passionate about the role of education in developing leadership capacity and in supporting organisational and system-level change.
Before joining the Institute, Lindsay worked in economic consultancy and was Director of Studies at the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation, a financial services think tank identifying new areas of business and provoking a debate about subjects of interest to financial services. Lindsay has an MPhil from the University of Cambridge.
Lucy Bruzzone (贝朗思)
Lucy is a Programme Manager within the University of Cambridge’s Institute for Sustainability Leadership’s (CISL) Executive Programmes Team. She works primarily on the design, development and delivery of a range of executive education programmes, including the flagship Prince of Wales Business and Sustainability Programme and custom programmes for international corporations and public sector organisations. These programmes are designed to help senior leaders to understand the scale of change required to address key sustainability challenges, they offer an insight into innovative new approaches and responses and aim to inspire leaders to take action.
Since joining CISL in 2015, Lucy has been a core member of CISL’s China Team supporting the development of the Institute’s China strategy and the delivery of ongoing engagements. She is responsible for the delivery of key cities-focused programmes for Chinese government officials, including for the Beijing Municipal Government and the Guangdong Provincial Government. Through a range of high level plenary sessions and site visits, these programmes focus on engaging these leaders in discussion and debate to consider sustainable development in an urban and provincial context. In addition, Lucy recently supported the development and delivery of an open programme for Colombian senior business and government leaders to support integration of sustainable development into post-conflict planning.
Lucy joined CISL from Earthwatch, an international environmental charity, where she initially managed a wide range of field based conservation research projects across Europe, Africa and Asia. Her role evolved to focus on delivering their corporate engagement and sustainability programmes, including leading the operational management of the flagship HSBC Sustainability Leadership Programme. Shortly prior to joining CISL Lucy headed up Earthwatch’s Hong Kong office where she oversaw operations in South East Asia, including programmes in Hong Kong and mainland China.
Lucy holds a BSc in Geography from The University of Edinburgh where she specialised in landslide hazard mapping. Lucy spent a year teaching English in Zhaoqing Middle School in Guangdong from 2000–2001 during which time she also travelled extensively across China and sparked a long-term interest in the country. Her reflections on the changes since her first visit can be read in her blog post here.
Andrew Voysey (安德鲁·沃伊齐)
Andrew has led CISL’s work with investors, banks, insurers and their regulators for nearly a decade since the global financial crisis. His team now convenes over 50 financial institutions from across five continents, developing strategies for collective action that will better align the financial system with the needs of a more equitable and environmentally sustainable economy. He is also an Academic Visitor at the Bank of England.
To support systemic change, Andrew particularly works to cross boundaries between finance, business, government and academia, most recently as Knowledge Partner to the G20 Green Finance Study Group. He has worked in many development contexts, from Indonesia to China and the United States, on challenges such as short-termism, climate change and resource security.
Andrew has personally led all of the Institute’s research and business leadership engagements that relate to the Chinese financial sector. He leads the University of Cambridge’s team that was asked by Dr Ma Jun (Chief Economist, Research Division, People’s Bank of China) to serve as Knowledge Partner to the G20 Green Finance Study Group and which has subsequently become a member of China’s Green Finance Committee. He also leads the Institute’s team that was asked by the China Banking Regulatory Commission to come to China and share the experiences of international banks in greening the finance of commodity trade – work which has been delivered in partnership with Beijing’s Central University of Finance and Economics. Most recently, Andrew was asked by ICBC to serve as an international expert for their pioneering ‘Environmental Stress Testing’ report.
Before joining CISL, Andrew worked at RSA Insurance Group and the UK Government’s Department for Business. He began his career as Head of Research and Editorial for an intelligence and strategy firm advising cities worldwide.
Andrew is an advisor to a variety of government, business and finance sector initiatives. He holds a BA in Geography from the University of Oxford, a Masters in Leadership for Sustainable Development and is a Fellow at the Royal Geographical Society.