I’m a geo/software/data person with a strong interest in sustainable development, creating lasting impact, and climbing mountains. Available for consultancy or advisory (or just advice) wherever these interests overlap.
Since leaving the World Bank, I’ve enjoyed working with some hot startups in the climate, financial and energy spaces, supported top research institutions, and tried to focus on meaningful, impactful work.
Some fun things, old and new, that I’ve enjoyed: working with HOT to map millions of buildings in East Africa; publishing our work on gridfinder; organising a session on earth observation at Data Science Africa in Accra; winning the World Resources Institute’s prediction hackathon; learning (a little) about electricity market algos.
Please click through to the blog, where I alternate between nerdery and mountain-ery. Hopefully there’s something interesting for the discerning reader.
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