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Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

Name Office phone Email address Job titles
Professor Richard Calland Director of CISL South Africa
Elodie Cameron Programme Director
Ken Caplan Director, Partnerships in Practice, Senior Associate, University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
Neil Carson Neil Carson joined Johnson Matthey in 1980 and is now the Chief Executive. He was appointed Division Director, Catalytic Systems in 1997 after having held senior management positions in the Precious Metals Division as well as Catalytic Systems in both the
Anton Cartwright Director of Econologic
Giorgio Caselli Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Business Research, Cambridge Judge Business School
Sharon Chang Sharon Chang is a media executive, brand strategist, innovation consultant, social entrepreneur, impact investor, and philanthropist.
Dr Fiona Charnley Senior Associate, University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership , Professor of Circular Economy and Co-Director of the Exeter Centre for Circular Economy within the University of Exeter Business School
Michael Chen Head of Sustainability, Westpac Institutional Bank Michael is responsible for Westpac Institutional Banks’s approach to sustainable finance and ESG risk management.
Kathy Cheng Project Co-ordinator
Anthony Cheung Supervisory Board Member, World Benchmarking Alliance
Tahmid Chowdhury Programme Manager
Dr Bronwyn Claire Sustainable Finance Specialist in the Climate and ESG Solution at Ortec Finance, Fellow of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
Elizabeth Clark Programme Manager, Business & Nature
Jemma Cobbold Learning Design Manager
Caroline Cole Caroline is Industry Panel Chair and is Founder and Director of Colander.
James Cole Executive Director, Chief Innovation Officer
Tanja Collavo Course Director, PG Diploma and Certificate in Sustainable Business, Master’s in Sustainability Leadership Flexible Route
Fabio Colletti Barbosa Since October 2011, Fábio has been CEO of Abril S.A., one of the largest and most influential communication groups in Latin America.
Simon Connell Senior Associate of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
Eloise Connolly Senior Project Manager
Dr Emma Coonan Emma directs and teaches on Cambridge University Library’s Research Skills Programme, which supports and expands the information skills of students, researchers, and academics across the University of Cambridge.
Professor Ian Cooper Professor Ian Cooper trained as an architect, and gained his PhD at the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University.
Beverley Cornaby Programme Director Programme Director
Angélica Cortés Consultant for Sustainability of Visiona RSE y Gestion Social SpA Angélica based in Chile working as a Consultant for Sustainability of Visiona RSE y Gestion Social SpA. She works on developing sustainable and community related strategies for Mining companies in Chile including Minera Los Pelambres and Anglo American.
Professor Robert Costanza Robert is regarded as the founding father of the discipline of ecological economics. He is the author or co-author of more than 500 scientific papers and 20 books, and repeatedly appears on lists of the world’s most influential researchers.
Tim Costello Tim Costello is Chief Executive of World Vision Australia, Australia’s largest international development NGO. He is one of the country’s most recognised voices on social justice, global poverty, leadership and ethics.
Dr Leila Coupe Senior Project Manager
Dame Polly Courtice DBE, LVO, Emeritus Director and Senior Ambassador, CISL Founder Director of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (1989–2021)., Board member of a number of major corporates, Chair of the Faculty Board of Engineering at the University, and Deputy Lieutenant for Cambridgeshire.
Isabelle Cross Team Administrator
Katie Cross Project Manager
Dr Heather Cruickshank Heather Cruickshank is currently a University Lecturer in the Centre for Sustainable Development at the University of Cambridge after joining the Department in March 2000.
Aurore Cupers Senior Project Co-ordinator Senior Project Co-ordinator