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Giulio Boccaletti

Co-Founder, Chloris Geospatial Inc., United Kingdom

Giulio Boccaletti, Ph.D. is an author, entrepreneur, senior executive, and a globally recognized expert on natural resource security and environmental sustainability. He is an Honorary Research Associate in the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at Oxford University and senior fellow at the Euro-Mediterranean Center for Climate Change.
Trained as a physicist and climate scientist, he holds a doctorate from Princeton University, where he was a NASA Earth Systems Science Fellow. He has been a research scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a partner of the global consulting firm McKinsey & Company, where he was a leader of its sustainability practice, and the chief strategy officer of The Nature Conservancy, the largest environmental organization in the world.
His book Water: A Biography (Pantheon Books) was on The Economist’s list of best books for 2021 and has been translated in multiple languages. He writes on environmental issues for news media and is an expert contributor to the World Economic Forum, which named him one of its Young Global Leaders. He routinely contributes to documentary series: his work on water has been featured in the award winning PBS documentary series H2O: The Molecule that Made Us, and he was series consultant to the PBS/BBC series The Age of Nature.
He is the co-founder of Chloris Geospatial, a venture-backed company that uses remote sensing and machine learning to help companies and institutions put nature on the balance sheet. Chloris Geospatial was recognized as a top innovator in the Carbon Market Challenge of UpLink at the World Economic Forum.

Jesmane Boggenpoel

Managing Partner, AIH Capital, South Africa

Experience in investments, private equity and as an entrepreneur. Managing Partner of women owned and managed private equity firm AIH Capital. Board member of JSE listed : IT company EOH, engineering and construction firm Murray & Roberts, food retail Spur. Board member of diversified agri conglomerate - ETG, with operations in 48 countries. Masters from Harvard JFK School of Government (2012), Chartered Accountant (SA).
Author of book on racial reconciliation, healing, inclusion: My Blood Divides and Unites.
Creator of online Udemy course : Dealing with the Heart of Race and Gender Inequality in the Workplace
Young Global Leader alumni. BMW Foundation Responsible Leader. Interests: emerging markets, innovation, investments, private equity, technology, entrepreneurship, governance, ESG, diversity & inclusion

Zachary Bogue

Managing Partner and Co-Founder, DCVC, USA

Zack co-founded DCVC twelve years ago based on his belief that Deep Tech, coupled with the systems-level thinking integral to environmental science, can help solve some of our most pernicious real-world challenges. DCVC is a multi-billion AUM Deep Tech venture capital firm that backs entrepreneurs solving trillion-dollar problems, computationally. As Managing Partner at DCVC, Zack’s investments focus on AI-enabled climate tech and life sciences platforms, and he sits on the boards of Twelve PBC, Kairos Aerospace, CH4 Global, Oklo and Recursion Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq: RXRX). He serves on the non-profit boards of the East Palo Alto Charter School and The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Zack graduated with honors from Harvard University with an AB in Environmental Science & Public Policy and earned his JD with honors from Georgetown Law School. Zack is passionate about promoting nuclear energy.

Bunty Bohra

Partner, Antler Innovation Pte. Ltd., Singapore

V. Bunty Bohra is a partner at Antler (, a global venture capital firm dedicated to empowering and investing in the world's most exceptional founders from the start. He is also chief executive officer of Biologic Pte, an an advisory and investment firm based in Singapore.

Previously, Bunty was chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs Services in India. He was responsible for all functions present in the firm’s second largest office as well as integrating functions in Bengaluru and Singapore, in line with the firm's global location strategy. Bunty was a member of the Partnership Committee, Asia Pacific Management Committee, Asia Pacific Capital Committee, Global Recruiting Council, ASEAN Leadership Group, and served on the Pine Street Board of Directors.

Bunty joined Goldman Sachs in 1996 in the J. Aron Currency and Commodities Division, where he traded commodities for four years in New York and London. He spent one year working on the development and launch of IntercontinentalExchange (NYSE: ICE), before becoming franchise manager of the Commodities and Futures Services business units. Prior to assuming his India role in 2009, Bunty was global head of the Structured Product Syndicate desk in the Fixed Income, Currency and Commodities Division in New York. He was also co-head of the Structured Finance Group in the Americas, ran warehouse financing, and was a member of the Structured Finance Capital Committee. Bunty was named managing director in 2005 and partner in 2010.

Bunty is a fellow of the Aspen Institute’s India Leadership Initiative, is a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, serves on the Advisory Board of the MIT Sloan Finance Group, is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization and previously served on the Asia Society Corporate Diversity Council.

Bunty earned dual SB degrees in Chemical Engineering and Management Science from MIT in 1996 and was awarded a certificate of completion for the Global Leadership and Public Policy for the 21st Century Program at Harvard Kennedy School in 2016. Additionally he has completed executive education programs at Oxford University and the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at National University of Singapore.

Alexis Bonte

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, eRepublik Labs Ltd, Spain

Alexis Bonte is the Group COO of Stillfront (Nasdaq traded Games company) where he focuses on operations and co-leads Stillfront's game studios alongside the Group CEO. He also supports the exec team on strategy and M&A. Alexis was previously the CEO of eRepublik Labs the studio he founded and that is part of Stillfront. Within Atomico VC, Alexis sourced investments in Spain and France as well as in the Games and consumer verticals and helped portfolio companies accelerate their growth. Although he is an active angel investor, Alexis has now taken a step back from VC to focus on Stillfront. He also serve on the OhBibi and Tezos Foundation boards, co-founded Chamberi Valley (Madrid entrepreneur's non-profit), is an early pledger in Founders Pledge and was part of the founding team of one of the first European Internet Unicorns.

Katharina Borchert

Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, Inc., USA

Current: Co-Founder and COO of Equilibrio, a metabolic health AI startup
Former: Editor-in-Chief and Director, Online, WAZ Media Group, which owns daily papers, magazines and TV stations across Germany and Eastern Europe; Chief Executive Officer, SPIEGEL ONLINE, the leading German news site. Former Chief Innovation Officer, Mozilla, the maker of Firefox and advocate for the open web as a public resource. Recipient of several awards; named Young Journalist of the Year (2006).

Caroline Boudreaux

Founder, The Miracle Foundation, USA

Caroline Boudreaux is the founder of Miracle where for the past 20 years they have been empowering orphans and vulnerable children to reach their full potential. Miracle Foundation’s revolutionary Thrive Scale™ methodology is based on the UN Rights of the Child and leverages data and technology to create a family for every child in our lifetime. To date Miracle Foundation has impacted 15,000+ children’s lives.

Their latest project is FosterShare™ a phone and desktop app that prevents foster children from bouncing from home to home, decreases the drop-out rate of foster parents, and brings greater stability to the foster care ecosystem.

Devry Boughner Vorwerk

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, DevryBV Sustainable Strategies, LLC, USA

Devry Boughner Vorwerk is CEO of DevryBV Sustainable Strategies, a global-to-local ESG-advisory and strategy firm that supports C-suite leaders and their broader organization in their quest to build profitable and sustainable businesses.
Devry believes that in a world where geopolitical volatility, climate change, population growth and societal expectations are placing immense pressure on traditional business models, companies can succeed in balancing shareholder and stakeholder expectations. Devry offers informed judgment and insightful advice to support business leaders across the globe in their quest to harmonize purpose and profitability. DevryBV Sustainable Strategies developed the Integrated Sustainability Framework® to position companies to lead on ESG by unifying the business strategy with stakeholder expectations.

Before starting her company, Devry had a nearly 15-year career at Cargill and most recently served as Corporate VP of Global Corporate Affairs. In 2021, Devry served on the executive team of Grubhub, a mobile food delivery company. Devry spent time as a senior policy advisor at Akin Gump and worked as Chief Economist for the Chairwoman of the USITC and as a Senior Economist in ag affairs at USTR.

A passionate advocate for change, Devry serves on the board of Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture, The Caux Roundtable for Moral Capitalism, U.S. Mexico Foundation, Economic Club of Washington, D.C., and is involved in the social gastronomy movement. In 2014, she was named a Young Global Leader by the WEF and named to the Holmes Report’s Influence 100 list in 2017, 2018 and 2019. She is a member of the Arthur Page Society.

Devry holds a dual bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics and managerial economics from the University of California, Davis and a Master’s in agricultural economics, with a specialization in public policy and international trade, from Cornell University.

Kieron Boyle

Chief Executive Officer, Impact Investing Institute, United Kingdom

Kieron Boyle is the Chief Executive of the Impact Investing Institute, the UK’s national body for impact investing. Its mission is to make capital markets fairer for people and for the planet. The Institute works across finance, governments and civil society, in the UK and internationally, to accelerate the amount of capital being channelled to the world’s greatest social and environmental challenges.

From 2016 to 2023, Kieron was the Chief Executive of Guy's and St Thomas' Foundation, one of the world's oldest health foundations. Through this period, the foundation became globally recognised for pioneering new ways of improving urban health, as well as transforming its £1 billion investment arm into one of Europe's leading responsible and impact investors.

Kieron's career has focused on driving real-world change through reshaping how wider systems operate. He is a serial social innovator, and established Impact on Urban Health, the Access Foundation, the Government Outcomes Lab and the Arts Impact Fund. He also helped bring Giving Tuesday and the B Corp movement to the UK.

Kieron was the UK government's chief advisor on impact investment. Prior to this he worked at No.10 Downing Street, the Department for Business, the Foreign Office and the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit. He started his career at the Boston Consulting Group.

Kieron is a Governor of the Southbank Centre, and sits on the Boards of Big Society Capital and the Design Council. He chairs LIPH — a $7 trillion global alliance of institutional investors working to improve people's health — and also Nesta's Cultural Impact Development Fund. He is a member of the IPPR cross-party Commission into Health and Prosperity and on the Board of SC1, an initiative to create a new life sciences district in central London.

Kieron was the first ever UK civil servant to be selected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.

Anu Bradford

Professor of Law, Columbia Law School, USA

Anu Bradford is a Professor of Law at the Columbia Law School. Before joining the faculty, she was an Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago Law School. She has also taught at Harvard College, Brandeis University and the University of Helsinki Law School. Her research and teaching interests include international trade law and international political economy, international antitrust law, and EU law. Bradford earned her SJD and LLM from Harvard Law School, and holds a law degree from the University of Helsinki. After completing her LLM studies as a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard, she practiced anti-trust law and EU law with Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton in Brussels before returning to Harvard for her doctoral studies. She has also served as an Adviser and Expert Assistant in the European Parliament and the Parliament of Finland, and on the Board of Sitra, the Finnish Innovation Fund.

Privahini Bradoo

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Plank, USA

MBA, Harvard Business School (Fulbright Platinum Fellow); PhD in Neuroscience, University of Auckland. Formerly: Management Consultant, BCG; Faculty Adviser, Singularity University; founding Chief Executive Officer, Spark, an initiative that promotes entrepreneurship in New Zealand and has successfully helped start over 110 companies in the last 15 years; led business development at cleantech start-ups, including LanzaTech. Passionate about #FutureOfWork, #CircularEconomy, #Entrepreneurship. Previously, co-founder and CEO of BlueOak, a circular economy company focused on recycling high-value metals from e-waste. Currently, Co-Founder & CEO of StriveLabs, a company focused on #FutureOfWork in the wake of the 4th Industrial Revolution. Recipient of honours and awards, including: World Class New Zealander Award 2017; named one of New Zealand's top 10 business influencers; Distinguished Young Alumni Award, University of Auckland; Harvard Alumni New Venture Award; recognized at White House Demo Day in 2015.

Scott Brison

Vice-Chair, Investment & Corporate Banking, BMO Financial Group, Canada

BCom in Finance, Dalhousie University; Global Leadership and Public Policy for the 21st Century Executive Education programme, Harvard University. Private sector experience as entrepreneur and investment banker. Former: Chairman, SeaFort Capital; Director, Norvista Capital Corporation; Minister of Public Works and Government Services; Receiver General of Canada; Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister for Canada-US relations; Shadow Minister for Finance and Vice-Chair of the House of Commons Finance Committee; Member, Trilateral Commission. Currently, Canadian Cabinet Minister and Member of Parliament. Recipient: Colombia's Order of San Carlos.