I joined Arup’s New York office as a sustainability consultant with specific interests in understanding the relationships between organisations, buildings, and the natural environment.

I believe that to produce results with a lasting social and environmental impact, it takes more than exceptional technical skills. It takes an ability to facilitate collaboration within complex networks made of different stakeholders and the flexibility to adapt to changing demands. I try to bring this concept to help clients solve various energy, policy, finance, and sustainability challenges.  

Outside Arup I remain active in publishing research to better understand the relationships between organisational behaviour, stakeholder networks and the built environment.

I serve as a doctoral committee member and adviser to PhD and masters students. And I volunteer for Engineers Without Borders in which I’ve worked to promote community development through sustainable energy and water solutions in Malawi and Uganda.