Harriet has over 15 years’ experience working in climate, energy and sustainable development in a policy and business context. Harriet collaborates with academic and industry experts to understand key areas of climate research and how these can be translated for non-executive directors to accelerate climate action.
Jenni Ramos is a UK-qualified lawyer focusing on the corporate and financial law implications of biodiversity loss and ecosystem risk at the Commonwealth Climate and Law Initiative, particularly in relation to directors' and investors' duties and corporate governance.
Before joining the CCLI, Jenni was Head of Content Development at The Chancery Lane Project where she joined as the first project associate and helped to shape the rapid expansion of this groundbreaking initiative to support lawyers to use contractual clauses to tackle climate change. This included editorial work, leading workshops and writing about legal issues at the intersection of climate change and law.
Having qualified at Allen & Overy in London, Jenni practised corporate and commercial law in Cambridge before a career break and a variety of non-practising positions, including negotiating university medical research contracts and heading up the compliance function of an international disability NGO.