Project Manager


MSc. Environmental Science from University of Geneva, B.A. in Business & Organisations from Brown University

Areas of expertise

Climate change science & policy, circular economy, clean technology, business & organisational innovation, water management & drought.


French, English, Spanish and Portuguese.


Caroline has experience working in the United States, Brazil, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Holding a BA. in Business and an MSc. in Environmental Science, she believes in the transformative power of data, information, and collaboration.

During her undergraduate years, she developed a keen interest in the mechanisms behind innovation in organizations, researching and teaching workshops on the topic for international executives.  Her passion for sustainability was sparked a few years later, by her experience at Fundação Getulio Vargas, one of Latin America’s leading think tank and consultancy, where she developed projects for development and smart urbanism.  

During her specialization in environmental science, Caroline was particularly driven by carbon management, as well as issues of drought and water management in a context of climate change. She has collaborated on a range of research projects on the topic. Her work for the Solar Impulse Foundation contributed to the development of the new landscape of clean innovation across industries, connecting policymakers, investors and the business world around efficient solutions to tackle climate change. Caroline also has experience building bridges between business imperatives and sustainability principles in the retail sector, managing complex projects that bring together multiple stakeholders around a shared objective. 

… Outside the office

When she is not creating educational material about climate change for the general public, Caroline loves painting, poetry, hiking, taking care of her plants, and good conversations around a glass of wine. An animal lover, she spends a sizeable amount of her free time looking up rescue greyhounds for adoption.

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