Laetitia is a sustainability consultant and project manager with experience in developing environmental and fundraising strategies. She is interested in helping clients develop and deliver impactful sustainable projects. She has expertise in active travel, renewable energy, circular economy, urban agriculture, as well as upskilling and governance.
Laetitia holds an MSc in Sustainable Urbanism from UCL and an MSc in Development Management from LSE. She is a Public Practice Associate having joined the organisation’s second cohort and completing a one-year placement at Ashford Borough Council. Laetitia acts as the Sustainability Advisor for the council and is developing its carbon neutral strategy.
Laetitia was the Director of Research at RHI LLC, assisting non-profit organisations in maximising their social value. Prior to this, she was a Senior Associate at Moore Kingston Smith where she oversaw the fundraising and management strategies of cultural and environmental organisations.
Laetitia won the Geneva Challenge’s Bronze Award for her Micro-Farm Network project. She is a certified Prince2 practitioner, and a certified EU GDPR practitioner.
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