Founder | New York, US
Michelle launched her career in Silicon Valley where she worked for some of the biggest names in tech including Jawbone, Salesforce, and DocuSign. A proponent for making sustainability the new norm, Michelle founded clever carbon to help teach people about carbon footprint in a hip, fun, and relatable way. She believes a carbon literate society is one where transparency and accountability will flourish and one worth striving for. Join her in a fun and engaging feel-good session that will leave your employees fulfilled and inspired!
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Diana de Schutter
Chief of Staff | Amsterdam, Netherlands
Diana is a long standing member of the clever carbon team and her work has directly led to significant exposure of our 2 min carbon footprint quiz! One of her signature projects is her celebrity carbon footprint badges where she highlights celebrities doing good. They’re always a hit and help us recognize celebs that are using their platform to spread important messages. Diana is also a Miro wizard and hosts our team meetings in a fun and engaging way!
Senior Marketing Associate | Jakarta, Indonesia
Irene, another long standing member, is our social media guru and so much more. She creates incredible content including the carbon footprint of common items posts on Instagram that are always a big hit. Always cheery, engaged, and passionate, we feel super lucky to have Irene on our team!
Corporate Sustainability Advocate | California, US
Molly came on board to help us with an important scaling mission: raising the volume on sustainability through the workplace! She is the creator and brains behind Clever Conversation Starters, an awesome and simple tool to help increase employee engagement with a fun twist on sustainability. Her dedication and professionalism have helped us significantly grow the program!
Marketing Associate | London, UK
Mony is our content guru! From our newsletter to our weekly LinkedIn content, Mony pours love and creativity into her pieces and helps us spread the word on carbon literacy! Mony is currently studying Marketing at Hult International Business School. She’s driven by her passion for education and sustainability, and her work in marketing will help us make our quiz accessible to more people, build awareness and literacy on carbon footprint, and ultimately make #clevercarbondecisions together.
Special Projects | New York, US
Originally from California, Frank is a Stanford graduate in human biology. He’s currently living in New York and working as the Head of Product at AIRx Health, where he leads the development of a digital healthcare product and continuously impacts the lives of his through virtual patients. In his spare time, Frank enjoys dancing and tinkering around the house to find stuff to fix or build something up. We love the ‘get-your-hands-dirty attitude. Frank believes in small actions that drive big changes, like lowering our individual carbon footprint. His passion for action is what led him to join clever carbon.
PR Strategist | Vermont, US
Petya is originally from Bulgaria and has spent the last two years living as a nomad and is now preparing to settle in Vermont. She’s a PR and communications queen, and in her spare time, she’s also a yoga teacher. Her passion for writing and psychology led her to write a children’s book on sustainability and positive habits for the planet. Aside from that, Petya is a mother to two cats and an advocate for animal rights. She enjoys being around nature, reading, and trying new sports.
Corporate Sustainability Associate | Copenhagen, Denmark
Raquel is originally from Spain and currently lives in Denmark. She is doing her MSc in Environment and Development at the University of Copenhagen. She is passionate about research and understanding carbon data, and she hopes to use her knowledge to help people learn about carbon footprint in a simplified way. In her free time, Raquel is dedicated to her garden where she grows plants and vegetables. In her own words: “It’s simply exciting to see growth happen from seedling to a full-grown plant. It’s rewarding to be able to eat what you grow”.