Our Advisory Committee

a collective of experienced and exceptional professionals

Our Advisory Committee consists of a diverse group of individuals united in their commitment to empowering female investors to grow their wealth through responsible and impact investing for a more sustainable world.

The Advisory Committee is not a governance body, rather a collective of experienced and exceptional professionals who provide energy and time to Moxie Future, and the women it serves, in their journey.

Kimberley Cole

Kimberley is Head of Solution Sales for Thomson Reuters Asia’s Financial and Risk business and works with customers across the region on ways to help their business thrive with innovative ways to create value. She leads a team of over 160 sales professionals and solutions consultants across 17 countries who specialize in everything from compliance to wealth management solutions and more.

A dynamic business leader, she brings with her a 20+ year track record of success across the globe. As a veteran of Thomson Reuters she has driven growth and transformation across a range of functions including sales, marketing and product development. She has founded multiple business networks including Women in Finance Asia and the global Risky Women network for professional women in Risk, Regulation and Compliance. In 2015, she co-founded Trust Forum Asia to fight slavery and has continued to develop platforms to engage business to take action with the launch of the Anti-Slavery Summit in Hong Kong. Kimberley holds a B.Ec Monash University, Australia and a Grad.Dip Marketing from CIM UK. She is a Non-Executive Director of the Fair Employment Foundation, a Director of Thomson Reuters HK, REDI Technologies and Lipper Asia.

Anne Copeland

Anne has over 30 years of experience and has led her independent sustainability consultancy, Copeland & Partners Ltd, in Hong Kong since 2008. Her work ranges from environmental and social due diligence, to sustainability strategies and reporting, to stakeholder engagement and training. She was formerly an Environment and Social Specialist with the International Finance Corporation and has worked for consultancy firms in Hong Kong and in Canada.

Anne has long been active in the community as a founding member of the HKSAR Council for Sustainable Development’s Strategy Sub-committee and the Global Reporting Initiative’s Stakeholder Council. She led Cancham’s SD Committee for its first 7 years, remains an Advisor to the committee, and is on ACCA’s Global Sustainability Forum. She was a Mentor on The Women’s Foundation’s Mentoring Programme, is on its Alumni Steering Committee and is also a Co-Chair of the Cancham’s Women’s Network. She has led courses at The University of Hong Kong and earned a MA in Political Science and Environmental Studies from the University of Toronto and a BA (Honours) in Political Science from McGill University.

Ruth Dobson

Ruth is a strategic consultant and non-executive with extensive international experience across the corporate, not-for-profit and social enterprise sectors. Her work is tied together by a fundamental commitment to enabling positive societal impact through sustainable business models. Ruth combines deep financial and governance expertise with a creative and entrepreneurial approach, honed in emerging and fast-growth markets. She was formerly a Partner with PwC, based in China, specializing in cross-border M&A and leading the firm’s Sustainability and Climate Change practice. In subsequent roles she has led social enterprises, consulted to NGOs and think-tanks, established new businesses and developed multi-partner collaborations.

Ruth is currently Partnership Director of KiKLab, a collaborative venture focused on enabling partnerships between major corporations and social enterprises to scale for impact. She is a consultant to Shine Offline, a UK business working with organizations to support their employees to use digital technology in a healthy and sustainable way. Ruth is also on the board of a number of social enterprises and charities taking a lead on impact investment, leadership development, and improving design of public services.

Ruth is a Chartered Accountant, holds a BA in Social History, a Masters in Poverty Reduction, and is a Clore Social Leadership Fellow.

Lale Kesebi

Lale is Founder & CEO of human-at.work, a strategy lab helping CEOs and their teams build great businesses for humans. She has worked in executive roles in both profit and not-for profit sectors leading transformation, building out innovation and designing social impact through purpose across teams in 40 countries.

Lale is a sought-after strategist, innovator, and transformation coach. Her work focuses on how to create high performance cultures that make organizations grow and how to make transformation stick. She has lived in Asia for nearly 20 years but began her career in Canada as a litigation lawyer. She is regularly invited to conferences and by companies to speak on leadership, innovation, and strategy that influences transformation, notably, this year at TEDxWanchai and in 2017 to deliver the commencement address at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill’s Kenan Flagler Business School.

A frequent advisor to start-up and scaling ventures, Lale is also a Trustee of the Asian University for Women and a Board Member of The Women’s Foundation In Hong Kong. She is a B.Sc.(Honours) and LL.B (JD) graduate from Dalhousie University in Canada.

Rob Lake

Rob works in the interconnected areas of sustainability, investment and people. He is the founder of Authentic Investor, an initiative to reconnect values and value in investment and finance. Authentic Investor holds events to enable people to re-discover what is most important to them and to explore ways to reflect this more fully in their work. Rob also works as an executive coach to support people at all levels in organizations to achieve their full potential, bring their whole selves to work and be who they really want to be.

As an advisor, Rob helps institutional investors shape their strategy to respond to the challenges of sustainability and long-term investment, ensuring that it is anchored in their purpose and values as organizations. He has worked with investors in Australia, Canada, Iceland, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Singapore, the UK and the US. He has also been an advisor to UNEP and the OECD.

Christine Loh

Professor Christine Loh, SBS, JP, OBE, Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite, is Chief Development Strategist at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She was Under Secretary for the Environment in the HKSAR Government (2012-17), a Member of the Hong Kong Legislative Council (1992-97 and 1998-2000) and has been active in public policy and politics since the 1980s. She co-founded and was the CEO of the non-profit public policy think tank, Civic Exchange (2000-12), and helped to established several non-profit organizations related to the environment, equal opportunity, arts and culture, as well as human rights. Before joining government, Christine was also a board member of the listed First Pacific Company Limited.

Christine is a published author of many academic and popular works, including on history, environmental and constitutional development, and a columnist for the South China Morning Post. She is also a Director and Trustee of CDP Worldwide, a London-based organization that runs a global disclosure system for companies, cities, states and regions to manage environmental impacts. A lawyer by training, and a commodities trader by profession, Christine received her legal training in England, and received honorary degrees of Doctor of Law from the University of Hull and Doctor of Science from the University of Exeter.

Julian Poulter

Julian is globally recognized in the field of climate risk, clean energy investing, responsible investment, and sustainability. He has over 30 years business experience and over twenty years in senior positions.

He is the former CEO of the Asset Owners Disclosure Project, the world’s leading investor disclosure framework, a former CEO of several technology companies and spent 15 years in consulting in business strategy and transformation to a range of sectors but mainly oil and gas, finance and manufacturing.

He sits on a range of international committees, advisory boards and councils relating to climate risk, sustainability and responsible investment, and he has been widely published in industry journals and media.

Assaad Razzouk

Assaad W. Razzouk is a Lebanese-British clean energy entrepreneur, investor and commentator. He is Chairman and CEO of Sindicatum Renewable Energy, a clean energy company headquartered in Singapore financing, building and operating 1,000 MW of renewable energy projects in India, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines; Chairman and CEO of Sindicatum Blockchain Technologies, a start-up intending to digitize and democratize renewable energy; an Advisory Board member of Eco-Business; and a contributor to the Huffington Post, Eco-Business and Forbes (and previously to the Independent, the Ecologist and others).

With his hands-on experience in clean energy combined with his other roles, Assaad is a high-profile thought leader on climate change, clean energy and the UN climate talks with more than 130,000 followers on Twitter, 100,000 on Facebook, 110,000 on LinkedIn and widely-read newspaper columns.

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