Natalie joined the infrastructure team in June 2020. She has experience in environmental management in the water and aviation industries.
Prior to joining EVORA, she worked at London City Airport where she focussed on compliance with the Airport’s Section 106 planning condition commitments as well implementation of the Environmental Management System (ISO 14001:2015). She also led on climate change adaptation for the airport.
During her time at Thames Water, the UK’s largest water company, she gained experience in operational incident management and environmental permitting for wastewater assets.
Natalie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography from the University of Cambridge.
What are your main responsibilities?
My role within the infrastructure team involves managing sustainability reporting to help our clients identify environmental, social and governance risks and opportunities. We work together to identify asset and fund-level sustainability improvement programmes. I’m also working with the team to identify ways we can grow and develop the infrastructure service.
What’s the best part of your job?
I love the fact I can talk to anyone and everyone about climate change all day and get a different and new perspective each time. Can you tell climate change is my favourite topic?
What book are you currently reading?
Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman. It explores the science of emotion, positing that self-awareness and emotional regulation are critical aspects of success. Emotional work is still undervalued in society and the workplace and it’s empowering to know that anyone can improve it. Definitely not in the ‘lazy reads’ category though…
BA (Hons) Geography, Lead Environmental Auditor (ISO 14001:2015)
Environmental Management Systems (EMS), Audits, Compliance & Legislation, Environmental Permits, Noise mitigation and reporting, Carbon Footprinting, Carbon Management, GRESB, Water industry, Aviation