"Cognitive diversity breeds innovation"
Team Enzo consists of a diversified set of experts around the globe, from backgrounds ranging in banking and finance, strategic management consulting, corporate sustainability, investment management / impact investing, to science and research.
Our team is further supported by pioneers and thought leaders across the ESG / Sustainable Investing landscape.
All have seen ESG through a different vantage point and are mission-aligned to drive impact.
Mathew Hampshire - Waugh
Director of Climate Change
Areas of expertise: Climate Change and Net-zero Technologies (e.g., electric vehicles, solar), with a background in banking and science
Mathew is the author of ‘Climate Change and the Road to Net-Zero,’ a comprehensive take on the science, technology, economics, and politics of the transition to a zero-carbon economy. .
During a decade as an investment banker, Mathew Hampshire-Waugh has worked with the top executives of many multi-billion-dollar companies, and built relationships with many of the world’s largest investment managers. Mathew’s work centered on forecasting technology trends, financial performance, and the intrinsic value of companies involved in markets including renewable energy, electric cars, battery technology, and biofuels.
Prior to his career in the banking industry, Hampshire-Waugh gained his doctorate in materials chemistry from University College London, where he worked on novel coatings and nano-materials for use in energy saving glazing and solar panel design. During his doctorate Mathew registered a patent for an efficiency enhancing coating for solar modules, published numerous scientific papers, and engaged in public speaking, consultancy, and media outreach for the BBC and other outlets.
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 globally.
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.
Areas of expertise: Climate Change; Environmental Policy
Fouad has a PhD in Environmental Science and Policy and 15 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.
Areas of expertise: Real Estate, Corporate Sustainability, Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA)
Amira graduated from Columbia University in 2021 with a Master’s degree in Sustainability Management and a focus on corporate sustainability, data analysis, life-cycle assessment, and sustainable finance.
Prior to Columbia University, Amira graduated from Bandung Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering.
She previously worked at a project management consultancy firm for almost 3.5 years; this particular experience gave her exposure to the Green Building sector. During her study at Columbia University, she gained some experience in corporate sustainability reporting and research projects. In her last semester at Columbia University, she was also active as a Pro-bono Project contributor under the Columbia Sustainable Finance Professional Network (CSFPN).
Executive Chairman, Arabesque USA
Prior to joining Arabesque, Mr. Young was Chief Executive Officer and a Partner at Mariner Investment group from 2000-2015. He joined Mariner directly from Goldman Sachs, where he retired as a Partner, after a 20-year career in Fixed Income in New York, Tokyo, and London.
He is the former Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Buckingham Browne & Nichols, a coeducational day school in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mr. Young is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Social Finance, Inc., a Boston-based nonprofit organization dedicated to mobilizing investment capital to drive social change.
Brace is also Chairman of the Board of Cultivo, a global company investing in natural capital to generate financial gains that benefit nature and society.
Mr. Young serves on the Board of Terviva, an agricultural technology company dedicated to restoring farmland to productive use. He also serves on the Board of Social Progress Imperative.
Founder of the Wall Street Green Summit
Peter is a world-renowned best-selling author, thought leader, and advisor for sustainable finance with almost 5 decades of experience in sustainability. He is also the founder of the Annual Wall Street Green Summit, the longest running and most comprehensive sustainable finance event in the industry. Launched in 2002, the Wall Street Green Summit covers cutting edge content, industry developments and features the leading practitioners in sustainability. It is aimed at building the sustainable finance system for responsible investing and the changing role of business in sustainability.
Peter has also worked on major engagements to reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions as a policy maker, entrepreneur and advisor to multinational corporations. He holds the oldest sustainable finance event in North America each spring.
As Head of ESG for Oxford Global Accelerated Ventures, he is very familiar with the evolving standards of the ESG marketplace. He is an expert on carbon credit creation through both renewable energy and forestry projects to assist companies in becoming carbon neutral.