Noah is reading for an MPhil in Socio-Legal Research at Oxford. He is Lead Advisor for the Ark2030 Global Cities Initiative, a Researcher with ALLFED, and a published scholar. He is interested in all areas of environmental policy and strategy innovation for sustainable development, and is an aspiring lobbyist. Noah has a background in eco-social policy studies and has consulted for clients on blockchain and other deep tech applications. He has previously led teams on high profile projects with Six Degrees before taking on the executive role. As Executive Director, he has expanded Six's operations to four Russell Group universities beyond Oxford and continues to oversee all their strategy and operations, as well as pursuing new networking opportunities.
Jasmine is undertaking a BA in Jurisprudence at Oxford. She is interested in environmental policy, particularly its connection to trade and development. She has had a fruitful experience consulting for Six Degrees for two cycles last year, and learning more about its operation during another two cycles as Client Engagement Director into 2020. As Managing Director, she hopes to further grow the Six Degrees community by expanding its membership, improving access to trainings for consultants across branches, and connecting with partners. She also oversees the management and resources of our branches.
Giacomo is currently taking an integrated Master in Physics & Philosophy at Oxford University, and co-founded Six Degrees Oxford, as the Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development, with two other students in 2018. He is primarily interested in eco-entrepreneurship and environmental policy. In 2018, he worked for ASHOKA, the world's largest network for social entrepreneurs, doing research on NGOs impact on smallholder farming in the global south, and organising an accelerator program on fuel poverty. He is now acting as an advisor to the Six Degrees leadership.
Jessamyn is a sustainability advocate and an incoming associate at BCG London, having read for a BA in Biological Sciences as a Bentifoglio Scholar with a number of prestigious awards. She co-founded Six Degrees as the Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development in 2018, and was also President of Project Access Hong Kong. She has also been a sustainability and policy consultant for a number of organisations in the private and third sectors. Jessamyn is interested in helping to build a sustainable future in a warming world, and is advising the current Six Degrees leadership on strategy and approach.