Ethical Systems’ Breaking the FeverPodcast Series on Climate Change – Episode 2
Gillian Marcelle, PhD, Managing Member of Resilience Capital Ventures a blended finance and international development expert, leads a conversation on reframing investment and finance using concepts drawn from her work on innovation resilience and systems change. She suggests that the public health crisis provides a unique opportunity to challenge existing orthodoxies in finance and investment. By changing the search algorithm used to identify solutions, and recognizing value of a greater variety of knowledges and experiences, humanity might expand the solution space in the health domain and produce more integrative approaches to wellness and resilience. She is a global citizen with wide networks and various communities of practice drawn from her personal and professional connections in Washington DC., London, Johannesburg and Trinidad & Tobago. Her educational background includes earning degrees in Economics from the University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad & Tobago, and the Kiel Institute of World Economics, Germany; an MBA with a specialization in high technology management from the George Washington University and a doctorate in innovation policy from the Science and Technology Policy Research Unit, SPRU, University of Sussex. For her scholarly work, she is an affiliated researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT, Cambridge MA, working on public policy issues relating to low-carbon transition.
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