"Cognitive diversity breeds innovation" 

Team Enzo consists of a diversified set of experts around the globe, from backgrounds ranging in banking and finance, management consulting, corporate sustainability, investment management, to science and research. 

 

All have seen ESG through a different vantage point and are mission-aligned to drive impact.

Megahan Peterson

Sustainability Director

Areas of expertise: ESG Research; Sustainability Consulting and Business Development; Impact Investing

Megahan is an ESG, sustainability and impact professional with over 12 years of professional experience. Most recently, she was a research analyst at MSCI focusing on developing solutions for investors to respond to international sustainability initiatives such as the EU Taxonomy and SFDR.  

 

She specializes in due diligence, strategy, implementation and reporting for ESG and sustainability initiatives of corporates and financial institutions.  At KPMG, she focused on providing foundations, multilateral and bi-lateral institutions with portfolio and organizational assessments to de-risk projects and programming.

 

She is passionate about finding solutions that improve and can be implemented into an organization's core operations.

Fouad Khan

Sustainability Director

Areas of expertise: Climate Change; Environmental Policy; Sustainability Consulting; Impact

 

Fouad has a PhD in Environmental Science and Policy and fifteen years of international experience in climate change risk and sustainability working on projects for the World Bank, WWF, Asian Development Bank, Shell and Korea Water Resources Corporation among others. He is currently Senior Editor at Nature Energy, the highest impact journal on energy research in the world. He is also an Adviser to
UNOPS on Environmental policy and member Advisory Board, Boise Energy Policy Conference. In the past he has been a UN Future Earth Fellow (2014) and Fulbright scholar (2005). He has experience working in the US, Pakistan, Korea, Sweden, Denmark and Hungary. His work has been covered in popular publications such as The Guardian as one of the leading global research efforts to make non-national entities commit to sustainability transition pathways. He has given lectures at University of Houston, Central European University and Lund University.

Mathew Hampshire - Waugh

Director of Climate Change

Areas of expertise: Climate change and net-zero technologies (e.g., electric vehicles, biofuel, solar) with a background in banking and science

Mathew is the author of ‘Climate Change and the Road to Net-Zero’ which is a comprehensive take on the science, technology, economics, and politics of the transition to a zero-carbon economy. .

 

Prior to writing on climate, Mathew spent a decade working in equity research as a Director in a top-ranked team at investment bank Credit Suisse. He has a wealth of knowledge in market, company, and supply chain analysis across net-zero technologies including electric vehicles, biofuels, solar, and industry 4.0.  

 

Mathew received his Engineering Doctorate in ‘Materials Modelling and Simulation’ from University College London. His doctoral work focussed on coatings and nanomaterials used to enhance energy efficient glazing, solar PV, and gas sensing. He received his undergraduate degree in chemistry from the University of Bristol, UK.

         Thuledu Ntshingila

Associate

Areas of expertise: ESG Research; ESG Integration into Private Equity / Venture Capital; Impact Investing 

Thuledu holds a BA in Geography and Environmental Management and has been in the ESG space for 12 years. She worked as an Environmental and Socialist Specialist with companies such as Simmek Projects, Interdesign Landscape Architects, EON Consulting, Anglo American and has been working for PAPE Fund Managers currently as an ESG Analyst.

She has been enlisted with the responsibility of conducting ESG due diligence and developing Environmental and Social Management Systems for a broad range of private equity clients which include compliance with National Environmental Management Act, IFC Standards, WHO Guidelines, UNPRI and other International Best Practice Standards .