Specialist Sustainability Consultants
(But we talk like human beings)
More than 100 years of combined sustainability know-how. Experience across the globe in industries from food and drink to finance, technology to energy. And a clever knack for making sense of sustainability - and for making it work. Meet the TBL team.
Our team is here to help you no matter what stage you're starting at. We’re passionate about what we do, and every team member has their own specialist expertise to share with you. From carbon data to marketing, net-zero calculations to goal identification, we’re here every step of the way.
Our team of analysts and specialists is complemented by a network of experts - current and former sustainability leaders who kindly share their insights and unique expertise with our customers. Through TBL you’ll have access to this valuable community, ready to provide support when you need an expert on hand.
Adam loves helping clients with their sustainability journey. He also helps them bring their employees onboard with sustainability and enjoys finding unique, fun ways to engage the whole business.
Having held a role in sustainability for a large finance company, Adam has experience in developing business strategy, with a particular focus on charity and environmental initiatives. He also enjoys measuring environmental impact and supporting businesses with carbon management.
Most of all, Adam enjoys the sense of purpose in his role and being in a position to help businesses achieve their goals.
In his spare time, Adam plays rugby and has been lucky enough to play in several countries whilst on his travels.
Chloe is a third-year English Language student at Lancaster University and, following the completion of a placement as Communications Coordinator for TBL, is now our Communications Manager looking forward to a long future with the company!
Meanwhile, Chloe is actively building her marketing portfolio as Marketing Director for The 93 Percent Foundation, and as Vice President of Media and Marketing for the 93% Club Lancaster, alongside various freelance roles with small businesses.
A strong believer in social justice, Chloe’s passion for equality and social mobility led to an interest in sustainability on a global scale. When she’s not online, she loves to travel and is always looking for new places to explore.
As former group head of sustainability for one of the world’s largest technology companies, Colin spent years helping business leaders understand the importance of balancing people, planet, and profit. Prior to this, his career spanned a diverse range of roles including marketing, HR, business development, and technology.
Colin is passionate about the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the vital role of businesses to help achieve the goals . He’s a straight-talking Lancastrian who prides himself on his ability to keep things simple and honest – this can get him into trouble!
Enrica is a graduate environmental scientist, a background that inspired and motivated her to work supporting the transition of our society towards a more sustainable and harmonious system. She has also recently completed a Msc in Sustainable Development, complementing her scientific background with practical skills to support businesses and individuals reducing their environmental impact. She has been involved in various projects doing research and data analysis aiming at leading sustainable behavioural and organisational change, including mechanisms to reduce driving habits in highly polluted areas and to cut plastic pollution and littering along the British coastline.
Her main areas of interest are Net-Zero strategies, carbon foot printing techniques and corporate social responsibility reporting. Enrica grew up on an island and has a strong connection with the sea, water is her element. Whenever she has free time, she enjoys long walks along the seashore, swimming, and free diving dreaming of being a mermaid!
Kelleigh joins us at TBL services after completing a BSc in Geography at Durham University followed by a MSc in Environmental Management at Lancaster University. Her interests lie in stakeholder engagement and collaboration, and helping corporations understand their role in sustainability and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
Kelleigh is passionate about giving nature a voice, and ensuring that we transition to a circular economy, nature-based solutions and enhancing biodiversity. During her free time, Kelleigh enjoys being outside- whether that’s volunteering, playing netball or traveling and learning about new cultures.
Prior to joining the TBL team, Liv was a member of the United Nations Youth Team in Geneva which sparked a passion for a long term involvement in work that does good. She went on to explore the intersection between humanitarian work and the business field, while simultaneously studying a hybrid degree made up of modules for both fields. She previously worked for Tesco as a regional team lead for their community department and initiated and implemented outreach projects for teams across Yorkshire. The skills and knowledge acquired in this role equipped her for a role focused on CSR and sustainability consulting. She has a particular interest in employee engagement and is a mature communicator who always offers enthusiasm, commitment and clarity to clients.
Liv has lived in Scotland, Denmark and Australia so is great at a pub quiz when airport codes are involved! She also spends Sundays mentoring local refugees to help them understand and develop employable skills for work in their new corner of the world.
For many years, Philippa has been keen to make a difference both socially and environmentally. Having worked as a corporate writer and editor for a global company, Philippa now helps to make sure that TBL’s operations run smoothly.
Her hobbies include her horse, growing fruit and vegetables, learning French, and a variety of crafts.
A recent graduate of Ecology and Conservation, Rachael is passionate about environmental sustainability and the preservation of natural resources. With a background in hospitality management, she is customer focused and keen to make a difference by helping clients on their journey toward sustainability. Rachael supports the notion of a circular economy and the implementation of sustainable strategies to supersede high-carbon systems.
In her spare time Rachael is a dedicated beekeeper, volunteers for Support the Goals, and enjoys spending time outdoors hiking, camping and running.
Reete is a recent graduate of MSc Sustainability & Consulting with a passion for helping companies navigate sustainability issues and bring about a more sustainable future. With experience in ESG analysis, she recognises ESG assessments as helpful tools for achieving the UN2030 targets and is always eager to start a discussion about ESG and sustainability reporting. She strongly believes that progress towards sustainability can only be achieved when it is addressed in a holistic manner and therefore works to ensure that clients hold environmental and social aspects of sustainability in equal regard.
An avid tea-enthusiast, she can rarely be spotted without a steaming cup in her hand. In her spare time, Reete likes to put on her running shoes and get lost on the trails for hours on end.
Alan has worked in sustainability and innovation since 1996, in both the public and private sector. In the last 12 years he has worked as sustainability director and sustainability lead for two global engineering companies.
Alan is a strategic thinker and an exceptional networker, building fruitful connections with stakeholders in business, government, and academia. He has developed sustainability strategies at a corporate and project level and has a passion for delivering the ambitions of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Alex has been in the design industry for over 15 years. He loves making brands look the part. With a no nonsense approach to getting the most out of branding, he has a knack of bringing brands to life. With an impressive design history including work for the BBC, he is a valued member of the TBL Services team.
In his spare time Alex enjoys the outdoors with his dog Bert.
Amanda has worked in sustainability for over 10 years, predominantly supporting clients in the food and drink sector.
She previously worked at WRAP on the leading Courtauld Commitment and Plastics Pact voluntary agreements. There, Amanda helped clients such as Lidl (UK), Co-op and M&S, Britvic, Greene King, Carlsberg, Tulip, Produce World and many more identify where they could make the biggest sustainability impact and develop the strategies to make that impact.
Her expertise extends to the legal, finance and consumer goods sectors and spans sustainable design including packaging optimisation, employee and supplier engagement, supply chain waste and resource efficiency, associated carbon impact and strategy development.
In her spare time, Amanda loves to head to the beach and a bit of adventurous travel!
Andy accidentally fell into the food industry in 2006 and has stayed ever since! He’s worked in retail and manufacturing, across commercial, marketing and business strategy and transformation, but spent the majority of his time working in sustainability. His areas of expertise are sustainable production, supply chain management and delivering practical plans to reduce carbon and waste and source sustainably.
In his spare time Andy likes to cook, enjoy the odd craft beer (the odder the better), listen to music and enjoy our beautiful outdoors. His favourite place in the world is Scotland!
Claire Louise is a social impact practitioner who has worked at senior level within the charity sector and as corporate responsibility consultant within renewable energy. She's SROI (social return on investment) trained and is a Social Value International associate practitioner.
Claire Louise is happiest when supporting clients to think about how they can create meaningful social change, and she provides the systems to enable this. When she's not trying to save the world, she's usually up a hill in the Lake District.
With 20+ years of senior brand and marketing experience under her belt, Liza excels at balancing the commercial with the creative. She has worked in retail, food & drink, fashion, and health & beauty, but it was at M&S where Liza got the sustainability bug. There she led marketing for the best-in-class Plan A, introduced the Shwopping initiative and the community volunteering programme, Spark Something Good.
She now focuses on projects that allow her to cut through the complexity of sustainability messaging and translate it into meaningful, engaging communications - to customers, clients and employees.
Lucy hasn’t looked back since her Masters in Environmental Science. She has over a decade of leadership in ESG/ CSR, developing, delivering and communicating the ESG aspirations of brands of all sizes across the real estate, hospitality, charity and professional services industries – in house and consultancy.
Although Lucy has a broad background in ESG strategy and sustainability, she is also a specialist in award-winning community investment programmes, team engagement and sustainability communications.
Lucy loves her Pilates mat, her wellies and her luxury suitcase (her backpack has been retired).
For more than a decade, Mike has written business content of every sort for organisations ranging from Beaverbrooks to BAE Systems, Euro Car Parts to Age Concern. With a long record of report writing for the likes of BIMA, Universal Music and the public sector in the UK and overseas, Mike now writes reports that help organisations tell their sustainability stories.
When he’s not writing reports, Mike walks, cooks, and writes and sings as part of a folk group.
Ollie specialises in non-financial data and reporting, most recently leading sustainability reporting at FTSE 100 packaging manufacturer, DS Smith.
He has advised a range of companies on sustainability strategy and reporting, focussed on climate change and the circular economy. He has co-authored peer-reviewed sustainability accounting research and is a member of the Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR). Passionate about furthering corporate sustainability and accountability, he contributes to the Standards Advisory Group at SASB (Sustainability Accounting Standards Board) and Circulytics sounding board (Ellen MacArthur Foundation).
Ollie enjoys spending time outdoors, being at the gym and exploring new places.
Paul is a strong believer that sustainable practices make businesses more successful. Following a stint in the Army he joined an early stage startup. It fast became a multinational tech unicorn where he held leadership roles in operations and programme management, and was also a founding member of the Diversity & Inclusion Committee. He became passionate about increasing sustainability through innovation, developing strategies for electric vehicles and circular packaging.
Paul advises businesses dealing in electric vehicles, craft beverages, clothing care, consumer rewards, education and more. You’ll often find him exploring nature, in the mountains and under the sea