Meet the Team
Fiona Mathews FRSA
Founder and CEO of Earth Champions Foundation.
President of Greenhouse Action Australia 1994 –1997 and an Executive of Memtec inventors of membrane micro-filtration. Member of UN Commission for Sustainable Development (CSD). Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (RSA) previously worked as a reporter for the ABC in Australia, Mexico and New York.
Sir Crispin Tickell
Chairman of the ECF International Advisory Committee
Distinguished British diplomat, Chairman of the International Advisory Committee, environmentalist and academic. Former British Ambassador to the United Nations and Permanent Representative on the UN Security Council (1987–1990). President of the Royal Geographical Society from 1990 to 1993.
Dr Edward De Bono
Renowned author and advisor to corporations and government. Has written over 63 books on creative and conceptual thinking which are taught from in over 600,000 schools in China. Dr De Bono coined the term ‘lateral thinking’.
Professor Edward Kosior
Managing Director of Nextek Limited. Honorary Professor at the Wolfson Materials Processing Centre at Brunel University London specialising in environmental technologies. Designed and supervised the first plastic to food contact recycling plant for London.
Nicholas provides advisory services and corporate finance support services through the company, Sajinvest, which is part of the SAAJ Family Office group. He is also involved with the Oakes Lyman Medical Fund which specialises in nurturing companies with unique technologies and taking them to market.
Bryan Belling focuses in industrial relations and employment law. He has 25 years experience and has appeared before both Australian State and Federal Courts and Industrial Tribunals in all aspects of public and private sector employment, industrial relations and safety law. He has acted for all tiers of government and State owned corporations
Annabel works as a practising psychologist, mediator, yoga teacher, and trains yoga and meditation teachers. She believes in the healing power of nature and in a symbiotic relationship between the health of our planet and the mental and physical health of humankind. Annabel has worked closely with the Foundation since 2002.
UK Programmes Manager
MSc Environmental Change and International Development, University of Sheffield, BA (Hons) Human Geography. Madeleine has extensive experience working with youth groups, best practice climate change solutions, diverse communities and on gender equality projects