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Katherine Teh-White Founder and CEO, Futureye

Her innovative approach integrates public policy, risk communication, foresight, a strong grounding in change management and an appreciation of science and technology. As co-founder of the Melbourne model for the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), Katherine’s work was integral to the development of the Global Compact Cities Program, which has led to the adoption of the ten principles by cities around the world whilst providing a framework for adoption in the day-to-day management and governance. Katherine’s work is dedicated to promoting and upholding the ten principles and has included work that has resulted in industry reform strategy where obesity, live exports, air emissions, dust radiation, banking and palm oil are concerned. She is particularly proud of her work with Xstrata in South Africa that led to the design of a human rights problem-solving framework. Katherine currently sits on the Advisory Board, Masters of Politics and Policy at Deakin University and is a board member of the Castan Centre for Human Rights at Monash University. She is the former chairman of the project approval sub-committee of the Earth Resources Development Council advising the Victorian Minister for Energy and Resources. She has been a director on a series of boards including: Chairman of the Academic Advisory Board for the Bachelor of International Studies in the Arts Faculty of Deakin University, environmental purchasing specialists, Eco-Buy, independent private school, Ruyton Girls' School, public school centre, Alpine School for Leadership and women's enterprise-development, Business Matrix.
Expert Panel:
Scalability Panel
Award Categories:
Human Development

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