September 22, 2020

Two new Consultants join Nordic Sustainability

We would like to welcome Emma and Carolina! They recently joined Nordic Sustainability as Associate Consultants.

Bringing youth to the forefront of the sustainability agenda

Even though Emma is as Scandinavian as they come, she has had an international outlook from a young age. Her experiences from abroad has made her very aware and focused on complex systems and the role of governance and business in social development. In her eyes, sustainability is at the root from which all must grow.

Emma has studied sustainability at the Esade Business & Law School and at the SDG Academy alongside her degree in BSc. European Business at Copenhagen Business School. She has spent a year advocating for sustainability co-writing open letters, facilitating events, talking to the local government, and speaking for CBS Sustainability Center and at the international conference D:Pulse in Zurich. To Emma, no single sector is capable of delivering the change needed and you will always find her engaged in many different projects from economics to European politics or any initiative that brings youth to the forefront of the sustainability agenda.

As much as Emma loves contemplating alone in nature, you can also find her crossfitting at CBS, enjoying a glass of wine with friends, or exploring the world of languages.

Striving for sustainability at the front line of impactful transitions

While Carolina’s from Brazil, she isn’t a novice to Danish society. Having lived in North Denmark for an entire year as an exchange student back in 2012, Carolina fell in love with the Nordic lifestyle and decided to return and pursue her studies at CBS. She brings experiences with sustainability from both academia and the private sector, including previous roles with Copenhagen Business School Sustainability Center, and A.P Moller Maersk’s Global Sustainability Governance team. She holds a BSc in International Business and Politics (IBP) from CBS that provides her with an encompassing understanding of the economic and political forces shaping businesses and society, and how these can be steered to deliver sustainable strategies for both public and private sectors.

Carolina is passionate about nature and hiking (soon hoping to try a winter hike in the Norwegian mountains!) and is interested in the sustainability challenges permeating supply chain practices in the global south. She is currently pursuing an MSc in IBP with a specialization in business economics at CBS and is looking forward to putting her knowledge of sustainable transitions to work in her new role at Nordic Sustainability.

We are very happy and proud to have Emma and Carolina onboard.