I started my career in intercultural communication, before moving to PR agencies in Paris, London and Brazil where I worked on international communication campaigns. In the years that followed the financial crisis, I focused more and more on supporting CSR initiatives and social impact programmes as businesses started to realise their role and responsibility in building a better society.
I’ve worked across industries with a wide range of clients all committed to positive social change, from fashion to finance, from energy to gender equality. I work for B-corps, foundations, social innovators, impact investors as well as multinational corporates.
Much of my work is global and takes me from female entrepreneurs in California to social innovators in Sub-Saharan Africa, and back home again to the foodbanks of East London where I live. I truly believe that the most critical challenges our world faces today will be best solved when we work across borders, share knowledge and collaborate on common themes.
I speak fluent French and rusty Portuguese and have a solid understanding of the challenges, and benefits of collaborating globally.
I work part-time so that I can spend time raising three tiny but very fierce little girls, who one day will be change-makers themselves.