PRESS RELEASE: 2022 Future Leaders cohort announced

The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has today announced the 2022 cohort of its prestigious Future Leaders programme.
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December 9, 2021

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Now in its ninth year, the 5-month programme brings together high-potential professionals from across the built environment industry to take part in a unique programme of leadership and innovation. 

The programme kicks off with a two-day innovation workshop in late January, followed by a retreat in March and will culminate in an evening of showcase presentations to industry leaders in June 2022. The programme takes participants on a journey to develop their innovative thinking, business idea development, personal leadership skills, collaboration and storytelling. 

Future Leaders provides a forum for tomorrow’s leaders to grapple with the most critical issues that the sector will face in the future, and challenges participants to work collaboratively to address these. Graduates from the programme are able to join the exclusive Future Leadership Forum alumni network, which brings opportunities for continued thought leadership right across the built environment value chain. 

Our 2022 Future Leaders: 

  • Sophie West, Bruntwood 
  • Martina Concordia, BuroFour 
  • Giulia Mori, CBRE 
  • Steve Marks, Conisbee 
  • Ben Sewell, chapmanbdsp 
  • Dan Carson, Dan Carson Sustainability 
  • Morgan Baker, Fabrix London 
  • Matthew Weaver, Fabrix London 
  • Megan Sodzawiczny, Fabrix London 
  • Douglas Higgins, First Base 
  • Joy Doyle, Grid Edge 
  • Jasmine Tredget, Grosvenor 
  • Ellen Lockhart, Grosvenor 
  • Ruby Lowe, Hydrock 
  • Stuart Cochrane, JLL 
  • Emma Gilchrist, Laing O’Rourke 
  • Clifford Ellis, Legal & General Capital 
  • Tom Whalley, Multiplex 
  • Ruth Marsh, Sheppard Robson Architects LLP 
  • Sukriye Robinson, SOM
  • Emily Huynh, UKGBC 
  • Daniel Oliver, Willmott Dixon 

Elfrida Hamilton-Russell, Head of learning and Leadership at UKGBC, said:

“We are delighted to welcome 22 of the built environment’s rising stars to the 2022 Future Leaders programme. With this year’s programme following hot on the heels of COP26, it is essential organisations are investing in leadership development and innovation to enable businesses convert promising commitments into climate action.

I look forward to welcoming the latest cohort and working to equip them with the skills, courage and mindset to support the built environment’s transformation into one which is fit for a net zero future.”

You can learn more about the UKGBC Future Leaders Programme here.