CAMILLA TER HAAR
Camilla is a commercial barrister at 39 Essex Chambers specialising in international and domestic commercial and construction law, co-authoring the book, Remedies in Construction Law.
Camilla received an MA in English Literature from the University of Edinburgh, attained her CPE Graduate Diploma in Law from City University London, and holds an MA in Advanced International Studies from Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies. email@example.com
STEPHANIE VON MEISS
Stephanie has a background in sustainability consulting, business consulting and media. She has previously organised the Nexus Youth Summit in London, a series of ethical fashion events and started her own sustainable shirt company.
Stephanie holds an MA in Sustainability and CSR from EOI in Madrid, and an MA in Business Studies from Edinburgh University. firstname.lastname@example.org
Pete is a Director at PwC. Within PwC’s financial services industry, as Operations Director, Pete worked on the formulation of strategy and its translation into action and delivery. Prior to PwC, Pete spent over 20 years as an officer in the Parachute Regiment, latterly joining the Royal Household, as Equerry to TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.
This is a role akin to a Chief of Staff in Their Royal Highnesses Private Office. Pete sits on the Board of the Royal National College for the Blind, the charity Supporting Wounded Veterans and is on the steering committee of the PwC Foundation. He also remains involved with a number of other charities, including the Princes Trust, Veterans Aid and the Beyond Food Foundation.
Clare was the Legal Advisor at the White Cube gallery having previously trained at Norton Rose Fulbright. Clare received a BA Honors in English Literature from the University of Newcastle and attained both her Graduate Diploma in Law and completed the Legal Practice Course at BBP Law School, London. email@example.com
Chloë is a graduate from the University of Edinburgh wth a degree in Intermedia Art. She is passionate about the use of social media to promote socially responsible issues, including environmental protection and plant-based living.
Alongside working for The Klosters Forum as the Digital Community Manager, Chloë also works as an marketing and office executive for HomeViews, the independent review platform for residential property developments. She is an exhibiting artist, manages her own food blog and has volunteered abroad for various wildlife organisations in Africa and Central America.
Erik Bruun Bindslev
Erik has over 20 years of experiences in building brands for positive planetary impact. He is a leader in the regenerative and plant-based food space.
He worked with brands like Duchy Originals, Daylesford Organic, Rebel Kitchen, Karma Cola, Scharffenberger Chocolate and many others. He also managed the turnaround of the Linda McCartney food brand and the Meat Free Mondays initiative, and is a true pioneer in the plant-based and regenerative foods movement.
Lalie has spent many years in event management, hospitality and interior design. She is one of the founding owners and the interior designer for the renowned cocktail bars The Little Yellow Door, The Little Blue Door, and The Little Orange Door in London.
As an avid believer that an extraordinary surrounding, setting and meal can engender greater outcomes, Lalie has come onboard with TKF to bring some of her dynamic energy to the forum. As a life-long skier and Klosters lover she can think of no better or more beautiful place to host such a forum.
Previously Lalie has spent many months volunteering in the Calais ‘refugee camp’ referred to as the Jungle where she worked as the donations warehouse manager and then as the head of the Vulnerabilities Team. Lalie attained her MA from Trinity College Dublin in History of Art and Architecture and Ancient History and Archaeology.”
Josephine von Mitschke-Collande
Joséphine has more than 10 years’ experience working in sustainability with a focus on holistic changes for the socio-ecological transformation. Since 2019 she is Systems Innovation and Ecosystem Lead at EIT Climate-KIC.
Joséphine has worked for the Club of Rome, and for several international organisations such as the European Commission, the UN and UNESCO. She is a certified Warm Data Lab host from the International Bateson Institute and is experienced to host groups for facilitating comprehension of processes and patterns of interdependency in complexity. Joséphine holds an MSc in International Relations from the University of Bristol and graduated in Political Science from Panthéon Sorbonne, University of Paris.
Heiko has over 25 years of experience working in sustainable development, connecting the broad spectrum of philanthropy engagement with social -environmental viable investment practices.
Driven by his passion for regenerative principles and key topic such as water, agriculture, biodiversity or the purpose driven economy, he is keen about co-creating systems change, so that new, more consciously interconnected and resilient systems can emerge.
Heiko is the founding Director of specking+partners, which provides wealthy individuals, foundations and corporations with guidance on responsible behaviour and sustainable strategies. Heiko is an advisor for systems change to The Klosters Forum.
Andrew has led Oceana since 2003 as its Chief Executive Officer. Oceana, founded in late 2001, has grown in that time to be the largest international conservation organisation fully dedicated to protecting the oceans.
Andrew holds degrees from Harvard Law School, the London School of Economics, and Harvard College and is an advocate and a manager with wide leadership experience in business and NGO start-ups. He served as Executive Vice President of Discovery.com, the online division of Discovery Communications, the cable television programmer behind The Discovery Channel, TLC, Animal Planet, Discovery Health and The Travel Channel.
MARK J. SPALDING
Mark is a member of the Ocean Studies Board of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. He is serving on the Sargasso Sea Commission.
Mark is a Senior Fellow at the Center for the Blue Economy, at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies. In addition, he serves as the CEO and President of SeaWeb, is the advisor to the Rockefeller Ocean Strategy (an unprecedented ocean-centric investment fund) and designed the first-ever blue carbon offset program, SeaGrass Grow. He is also a member of the Pool of Experts for the UN World Ocean Assessment. Mark is an expert on international environmental policy and law, as well as coastal and marine philanthropy.
ANTOINETTE AND JOHN VERMILYE
The Gallifrey Foundation, based in Geneva Switzerland, actively supports key marine conservation initiatives to raise awareness of the impact of plastic pollution in the oceans and changing behaviours.
Antoinette and John were Fellows at Harvard’s Advanced Leadership Initiative programme in 2017 and used their time at Harvard to develop ways in which governments, universities, NGOs and business can better coordinate efforts on key conservation issues like plastic pollution.
Antoinette is the owner of ASV Interiors, a Swiss-based design and international project consultancy and has studied design at the Art Institute. John is Chairman of Travel Sentry providing standards based solutions to improve travel and travel security. John has also produced and narrated a number of maritime documentaries and is on the Board of Mission Blue.
Craig is an award-winning journalist, filmmaker, television presenter and public speaker. He is the founder of Leeson Media International and Ocean Vista Films and chairman of the I Shot Hong Kong Film Festival. He is also the Asia correspondent for the Seven Network and an international correspondent for global network, Al Jazeera English.
He began his career as a newspaper journalist before moving to television as a news correspondent and anchor. Craig has worked with major global broadcasters including the BBC, CNN, Bloomberg, PBS and Australia’s ABC. He began his documentary filmmaking career with the National Geographic Channel, producing and directing NGC’s top Asia television programs and projects including GeoWatch Asia, the Top 30 Countdown for NGC’s 10th anniversary special, Marco Polo: Mystery of the Middle Kingdom, the channel’s Earth Day promotions, and the extreme sports action series the Action Asia Challenge. Craig is also a qualified surf life saver, an advanced scuba diver and a private pilot.
Sally is a Senior Vice President of Institutional Partnerships at The Pew Charitable Trusts. Sally joined Pew in 2010 after 18 years at The Johns Hopkins University, most recently as associate dean for development and external affairs at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Prior to joining Johns Hopkins, O’Brien was a member of the British Diplomatic Service and served in London, Brussels and Washington.