Sonya Likhtman focusses primarily on engagements in the UK and across emerging markets. Sonya joined the team following her graduate studies at Harvard University, where she worked on the ethics of climate change and related public policy matters. Previously, Sonya worked as a sustainability consultant in London and Barcelona. Her experience spans the design and implementation of corporate sustainability strategies, carbon data management and compliance with environmental legislation in the UK and EU. Sonya holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography from the University of Cambridge, and speaks fluent English and Russian.
In this series, we will explore the links between infectious diseases, environmental issues and social sustainability, alongside the role of investors and companies. In part one, Sonya Likhtman looks at how the destruction of ecosystems can increase the risk of pandemics.