Webinar Speakers

Speakers at the Leonardo Webinar Series include

Professor Erkko Autio is Chair in Technology Venturing at Imperial College Business School.  Previous positions held include professor at Aalto University, HEC Université de Lausanne, visiting Professor at Tilburg University and CERN. He was Marie Curie Fellow at London Business School, a Visiting Fellow at the University of Sussex (SPRU) and a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Asian Institute of Technology. He has a PhD in Industrial Management from Helsinki University of Technology
Ioana Ficut uses technology and data to enable product and service innovation and redefine systems, She is currently working on talent management and recruitment processes and has worked with both corporates and small enterprises as a sustainability specialist to create triple bottom line value and B Corp certification.  Ioana coordinated the national programme for B Lab Switzerland helping companies align their business models to the SDGs. She is a qualified enterprise design thinking practitioner and can apply design thinking at the speed and scale a modern enterprise demands.
Sally McEnally  works for Greenkit, a London-based film lighting hire company that specialises in energy efficient lights. Greenkit was founded to meet the demand of film industry professionals wanting to hire sustainable lighting but struggling to find suitable options. Sally joined the business in 2016 following a successful career in book publishing working in a variety of sales roles for Hachette and Penguin Random House. Her recent MA thesis at Birkbeck, University of London was on Environmental Art and Climate Change. Sally is passionate about the potential of sustainable business practice to deliver lasting change in the film industry and beyond. Dr Frank Brueck holds a Doctoral Degree in Business Administration from Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria. Currently he serves as Executive Vice-President of the GOLDEN For Impact Foundation, Amsterdam; Visiting Researcher, Imperial College, London, UK; Honorary Professor of the University of Stellenbosch Business School, Cape Town, SA and Director of the IKIGAI Corporation, Cape Town, SA
Livio Scalvini has over 25 years of international experience in sustainability, entrepreneurship, innovation, social impact, venture and corporate venture capital, strategy, marketing and investment banking.  He is the Co-founder and Executive Director of the Leonardo Centre on Business for Society at imperial College London. He is also the co-founder of GOLDEN for Impact Foundation and CEO of GOLDEN for Impact Benefit Corporation. He retains a role as an adjunct professor of Entrepreneurial Finance at Oriental Piedmont University.  Roxy Erickson is a sustainability consultant in the creative and events industry working with a wide range of clients from galleries through to advertising agencies. She was shortlisted for the Business Culture and Leadership Awards in 2020 and won their Corporate Social Responsibility Award. Roxy has completed the University of Cambridge’s (CISL) Business Sustainability Management certification and is Albert trained for production companies. Roxy spent over a decade managing Sunbeam Studios where she also designed and implemented Sunbeam’s sustainability strategy and has a passion for changing mindsets, business culture and embedding purpose into business strategy.
Nina Glass is a business executive and management consultant with over 30 years experience in leadership and talent, business strategy, organisational design, transformational change and more recently sustainability. She has worked with SMEs through to corporates including IHG, Sysco Foods, Burger King, American Express, MasterCard and AXA. Nina is certified with the International Coaching Federation and has a strong interest in helping individuals and organisations to achieve their potential, find purpose and thrive. She received her MBA from Columbia Business School and has completed several Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership programmes. Nina is now a Mentor for the Institute’s Accelerator and Sustainability Hub.  
Maurizio Zollo is professor of strategy and sustainability, head of the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, which includes the research areas of innovation and Entrepreneurship and Strategy and Organisational Behaviour – and Scientific Director of the Leonardo Centre.

Professor Nick Voulvoulis is a Professor of Environmental Technology at Imperial College’s Centre for Environmental Policy and Deputy Head of Department. He is an international expert in environmental management, especially where science and engineering interface with public policy.