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Treasure Earth appoints Senior Advisor ESG and Member of the Advisory Board

Gillian Lipton, FIEMA

Senior Advisor ESG and Member of the Advisory Board

Treasure Earth is pleased to announce the appointment of Gillian Lipton FIEMA as Senior Advisor ESG and Member of the Advisory Board effective 22 April 2022. Gillian brings an impressive 20 years’ experience from both the private and not for profit sectors as a strategic, entrepreneurial and passionate corporate sustainability and ESG professional. She counts ESG, ethical trading, supply chain, consumer goods, circularity, social impact and community programmes among her many specialisations, excelling in particular at strategy, communications and leadership to inspire, guide and support. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment and holds ISO14001 Lead Auditor certification.


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Treasure Earth appoints Head of Prize and Awards Research

Emily Britton-Drewry

Prize and Awards Research Director

Treasure Earth is pleased to announce the appointment of Emily Britton-Drewry as Head of Treasure Earth Prize and Awards Research effective 8 March 2022. Emily brings an exceptional combination of research, lecturing and mentoring skills to the role with a passion for youth causes having successfully completed two Masters of Science degrees, one MSc in Social Science Research and one in Educational Leadership. She is currently working towards her PhD in Maths Education with a focus on the cognitions which underpin learning. She combines her excellent academic achievements with her role as Associate Lecturer at the Open University where she lectures on Psychology and Research Methods.


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Treasure Earth appoints Care Prize Research Specialist

William Jones

Care Prize Research Specialist

Treasure Earth is pleased to announce the appointment of William Jones as Care Prize Research Specialist for Treasure Earth effective 21 July 2021. Will has just graduated from the University of Leeds having studied Classical Civilisation and English with honours and is now preparing to begin his masters in International Relations at the University of Bristol. His ambition is to forge a career in humanitarian aid with the United Nations or a similar international agency and he looks forward to applying his skills to our Peace Prize and Climate Prize Campaigns researching associated causes for which he shares our passion.

Throughout his first year at university, he also studied Arabic to learn basic language skills and to study the culture of the Middle East and he plans to continue his travels around the world to learn about other cultures. He had planned to study international law, cooperation and human rights at Nagoya University in Japan, while learning Japanese and about Japanese culture before lockdown put this on hold.

Will also shares our commitment to youth and believes in the positive impact youth can bring to the future and is keen to research initiatives striving to benefit youth, therefore he looks forward to starting his first research project working with our Creative Team on the Treasure Earth Care Prize addressing some of the critical issues facing youth for positive outcomes.