Elizabeth leads Global Counsel’s work on sustainability, natural resource policy, and agriculture. She has more than ten years of experience in sustainability policy and project development, primarily in the fields of natural resource management, agriculture, climate change, food security, forestry, and supply chains.
She has served as an advisor to the United Nations Committee on World Food Security and to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, where she specialised in responsible investment, smallholder engagement, migration, and climate change. Prior to joining the UN system, Elizabeth held a range of roles working in private consulting, development finance, and environmental advocacy throughout Latin America, Africa, and Asia. Elizabeth is also a former Fulbright Fellow.
At Global Counsel, Elizabeth leads teams advising clients navigating sustainability, climate change, and natural resource issues in both policy and private ventures. She has advised clients across a wide range of sectors including commodity companies in Asia, global insurance providers, and private equity investors active in the sectors exposed to environmental policy.