Frances is an independent sustainability advisor and for many years has supported business in the transition to a more sustainable economy through consultancy, communications and research. She is an Associate at SustainAbility and Editor of its quarterly magazine, Radar.
Much of her career her been spent advancing environmental and social change in leading multinationals, working with many of the world’s biggest companies including Novo Nordisk, Nestlé, McDonalds, Unilever, Starbucks, Aldi and Coca-Cola and Nike.
She has long been involved in SustainAbiity’s thought leadership and communications, working on the planning, research, writing, editing and communications for many high-profile projects.
She has written on sustainability and campaigns for The Guardian, GreenBiz, Ethical Corporation, Corporate Citizenship Briefing and Sustainable Brands. She is currently supporting Mums for Lungs with its air pollution campaign in London. With an MSc in Environmental Assessment and Management, she recently completed a PG Cert in Media, Campaigning and Social Change and is a Fellow of the RSA.