Kristina has more than a decade of experience working with public and private sector stakeholders on a variety of partnership models, and in communications in Australia, the US, UK and across regions. Her primary focus has been development, environment, climate change and energy.
Kristina has worked for the World Bank, US Agency for International Development, UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office, and the Global CCS Institute. She has also helped start-up a leading environmental markets investment and advisory business in Australia, and — in a previous professional life — was a print journalist in Washington DC.
Celine has over ten years of experience working with not-for-profit and humanitarian organisations. Her background is in environmental management and community development. She has a wide range of experience coordinating programs, and in communications and campaigns. Celine is particularly passionate about altering our consumption habits to fit our values and treading more lightly on our planet.
Gordon is a leading consumer advocate, with a passion for making it possible to act on your values when you shop.
Gordon worked as a lawyer with community legal centres and Aboriginal Legal Aid, and was the Director of Campaigns at CHOICE. He is Chair of the Board of Good Environmental Choice Australia, Deputy Chair of Justice Connect, and Deputy Chair of the Consumers Federation of Australia. He represents consumers on several industry dispute schemes including the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman.
As the Director of Campaigns at CHOICE, Australia’s leading consumer organisation, Gordon realised most people wanted to make sure their shopping choices are good for the world and the people in it. But for most people it’s really difficult to do so. Along with others who shared his passion, Gordon founded Ethical Consumers Australia in 2011 with the vision of making it as easier to make ethical shopping choices. In 2014 Good On You was created to give people information they needed in one easy place.
Nicolette is the Responsible Investment Association Australasia’s Manager of Policy and Projects. At RIAA, she leads the program charged with certifying responsible and ethical investment and banking products as well as financial advisers; and she directs industry research projects and contributes to RIAA’s policy agenda.
She has 25 years’ experience delivering engagements, collaborations and accountability solutions for and with Australian and international companies, governments, unions and NGOs. She has worked at the Australian Conservation Foundation and Investor Group on Climate Change and has held executive roles at The Climate Institute, the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, Banarra and the Sustainable Energy Development Authority.
Nicolette is lead judge for NSW’s GREEN GLOBE Awards and Banksia Foundation’s Award for Circular Economy. In supporting Brand Ethics, Nicolette draws on her extensive experience in standards setting, quality systems and certification programs across environmental and social issues in sectors ranging from property and finance to FMCG and agriculture.
Emily is a social impact and sustainability specialist. Emily joined Brand Ethics excited by the opportunity to enable people and organisations to make conscious, informed ethical decisions through the development of a robust ethical ratings tool.
Since 2000 Emily has worked with a range of organisations on their sustainable supply chains, human rights approaches, sustainability strategies and social impact design and measurement. She is currently Principal – Sydney of The Incus Group, a social impact consultancy, and Executive Officer of the Tony Foundation, supporting organisations using music to create social change.
Previously, Emily worked at The Ethics Centre managing the Corporate Responsibility Index, a management tool which rated organisations embedding of sustainability practices. Passionate about the intersection of society and the environment Emily also volunteers with an organisation in her local community seeking to eliminate single use plastic.