Alan has served as Executive Director of FAIRR since its inception in 2015. Alan is founder and CEO of StratCom, a research-based strategy consultancy focused on institutional asset management. Alan’s research in the institutional market also includes trends and expectations related to ESG investing. Alan also sits on the Advisory Council of the Jeremy Coller Foundation, advising on animal welfare and related programmes and investments. Alan is a Senior Advisor on the ESG Committee at Coller Capital, the leading private equity secondaries firm.
Alan holds a BA in Economics and Business Finance (Hons) from the University of Manchester and an MBA from Cass Business School, London.
Maria joined FAIRR as Director in September 2016. Prior to this, she was Head of the Americas for the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), leading the PRI’s signatory relations and outreach strategy to raise awareness of material sustainability/ESG issues and ensure their incorporation into investment policies and practices. Maria has over twenty years’ experience in global investment banking, business and finance, working at both J.P. Morgan and Deutsche Bank. She has been based in San Francisco, New York, Madrid, and most recently, London.
Maria holds a MA (Distinction) in Environment, Politics and Globalization from King’s College London and a BA in International Business, Latin American Studies and Spanish from SDSU.
Rosie oversaw the launch of FAIRR as an initiative of the Jeremy Coller Foundation in 2015. She currently manages FAIRR’s investor engagements. As Programme Director at the Jeremy Coller Foundation, Rosie leads the Foundation’s factory farming programmes, which address the global sustainability consequences of factory farming and human health threats including antibiotic resistance.
With a personal and professional interest and expertise in the future of food, Rosie also acts as an advisor for investments in food and materials technology.
Currently working towards a PhD in Linguistics and the discourse of animal production, Rosie holds a BA (Hons) and MA from the University of Oxford, and an MA from the Courtauld Institute in London.
Genny joined FAIRR in November 2016. As Programme Coordinator she supports FAIRR and its members on investor engagements, research and events. Prior to joining FAIRR, she was Co-Director of The Long Well Walk an International Development charity that develops sustainable clean and safe water projects in sub-Saharan Africa. Genny led a small team in establishing ten projects across seven countries.
Genny hold a BA in International Relations and Politics (Hons) from the University of Sheffield.