Naomi is Movement Builder at Chayn, a global volunteer network addressing gender-based violence by creating intersectional survivor-led resources online.
Naomi was previously Head of Community and Communications at the Finance Innovation Lab, building and supporting a community of systems-changemakers and leading the Lab’s communications.
Prior to working at the Lab, Naomi held multiple engagement and communications positions in the sustainability sector, including at ISEAL Alliance, the global membership organisation for sustainability standards, and the sustainability offices of London School of Economics and Utrecht University.
Naomi is an organiser with POCIMPACT – a community connecting, recognising and supporting people of colour working in social impact. She also sits on the advisory board for Friends of the Earth’s Own It initiative.
Naomi has an academic background in philosophy, with a particular focus on the ethics of climate change. She graduated from King’s College London with a first class degree in Religion, Philosophy and Ethics in 2013, followed by an MA in Applied Ethics from Utrecht University in 2015. Her master thesis explored the role of hope in enabling climate action.