Emmanuel has spent the last two and a half years at Anglo American - a major international mining company - forecasting the long-term landscape for vehicles and lithium-ion batteries and working with the leadership team to plan how Anglo American can play a positive role in this future. Before this, Emmanuel spent three years at S&P Global building the company’s analytical capabilities on the electric vehicle space and related metals and raw materials. Underpinning Emmanuel’s interest in practical climate solutions is his Master's in Chemistry from the University of Bristol, with his thesis investigating the role and effect of cation diffusion on the self-healing of nuclear fuels after radiation damage.
Emmanuel is now keen to turn his attention to other sectors that are lagging in their journey to decarbonise. Through his time at Harvard Business School, Emmanuel intends to build the knowledge and network to play an active and consequential role in enabling the change that is required for the world to follow a steady and equitable path to decarbonisation.