Our Branch at UCL brings a diverse and metropolitan community of scholars to our work
UCL is renowned for its international environment, and key work on sustainability issues.
Our UCL Branch seeks to engage students across disciplines in the heart of the Capital. As a London branch, our committee at UCL will seek to build a client base of city firms and organisations.
Branch Director, UCL
Georgia is currently studying towards her MSc in Environment, Politics and Society at UCL, after completing her BA (Hons) History at the University of Nottingham. At Nottingham, she won the Vice-Chancellor’s Medal among other awards for her environmental work, including her roles as President of Sustainability Society, Partner Relations Executive of Foodprint (Enactus Nottingham) and Deputy Officer of the Environment and Social Justice Network. She endeavours to further her commitment to sustainability and environmental justice through her role with Six Degrees.
Charlotte de Vaulx
Research Director, UCL
Charlotte is currently earning an MSc in Environment, Politics, and Society at UCL. With a background in Economics and Environmental Science, she plans to work right at the business-science-politics intersection. Charlotte is especially passionate about promoting interdisciplinary and sustainability-driven research, with a focus on mixed methodology, impact assessment, and reflexive knowledge politics. Past experiences working in community-building and strategy further motivates her excitement in fostering a connected diverse Six Degrees sustainability research network, leveraging knowledge for urgent sustainability goals. In her free time, you'd likely find her reading (esp. Brain Pickings blog), exploring the outdoors, or happily drinking a matcha. Her best sustainability research podcast recommendation? In Common (originally Finding Sustainability)
Consulting Director, UCL
Pooja has a a background in Zoology (BSc) and spent a year as a Research Assistant with the University Hospitals of Leicester before joining the MSc Enviornment, Politics and Society programme at UCL. She is a member of the British Ecological Society and has an interest in environmental policy and climate justice.
Publicity Director, UCL
Dan graduated with a BA (Hons) in Geography from the University of Oxford and worked for a year as a conference producer before joining the MSc Environment, Politics & Society course at UCL. He has held numerous roles in organisations and programmes dedicated to social mobility and widening access and participation in higher education throughout his undergraduate and postgraduate studies, and served as President of St Catherine's College Geography Society in his second year at Oxford. Dan has a particular interest in political geography and geopolitics, and is keen to apply this knowledge to issues of sustainability and environmentalism.