In 2021 Resurgence is developing a strong and diverse board of senior leadership and governance talent to guide its development and scaling plan.
We are currently seeking board members with high level qualifications in the following areas: Social Impact Investment, Technology for Social Good, Social Enterprise, International Development, Climate Resilience and Adaptation. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in applying.
Mark has over 20 years experience in urban climate resilience, adaptation and risk communication. He was the founding Executive Director of Internews Europe and has worked with major blue-chip organisations across the public, private and civil sectors such as the UK Met Office, AECOM, the Virgin Group and the Red Cross. He has urban disaster response experience in Haiti, Pakistan, Japan and Myanmar, and has advised the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, UN Environment and the World Bank.
BA Modern Languages, University of Oxford
Masters in Public Administration, Harvard University
Founder & CEO
Sebastian Winkler is Senior Advisor to the United Nations Nature Based Solutions Flagship Initiative launched during the 2019 UN Climate Action Summit. He has over two decades of experience in environmental economics, resource mobilisation and innovative finance for the government, corporate and social enterprise sector.
MAs in Politics of Alternative Development Strategies & Regional Development Planning, Institute of Social Studies, NL
MA Environmental Management, University of Trier & Ecole Polytechnique, Lausanne
MBA Certificate, Harvard Business School.
Partnerships & Investments
Scott Williams is Systems Innovation Advisor to the UN Development Programme and is a member of the UN Global Risk Assessment Framework (GRAF) Expert Group. As the former Director of PwC’s Disaster Risk Management practice, he has a deep track record of building public and private sector coalitions to assess and reduce multi-hazard risk.
CA, Chartered Accounting
BComm Accounting, Finance and Economics, The Australian National University.
Strategy & Finance