Linda is the Founder and CEO of ISFC, overseeing the strategic development of the think tank and its work on sustainable investing. Linda is a Fellow at the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) in London, and until recently she was Think Visegrad Fellow at the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, providing expertise on sustainable finance. Linda is also Policy Leader Fellow at the European University Institute’s (EUI) School of Transnational Governance, looking at the EU financing of just transitions.
Previously, Linda was Director at RE-DEFINE, a boutique think tank and consultancy in London, where she focused on sustainable finance (including climate and carbon stress tests, EU taxonomy and ESG investing), and the interaction between the mega-trends of sustainability and digitalisation. Linda has published policy papers and reports on a variety of themes, and is a frequent speaker and moderator at conferences.
In the past, Linda has worked as an adviser and speechwriter for a number of prominent European policymakers, and for several years she actively participated in the European Youth Parliament (EYP) network in a variety of roles. She has been honoured as a New Security Leader by the Warsaw Security Forum and as a Future European Leader by Prague European Summit. Linda is an alumna of the University of Glasgow, McGill University and the London School of Economics.