Mike joined The Good Economy after his involvement in the Innovate UK funded GreenSCIES initiative where he enjoyed working with multi-disciplinary teams to shape place-based delivery of energy networks and decarbonisation initiatives. This pioneering work explored the application of novel approaches to the capture and distribution of waste energy and adoption of retrofit measures at household and neighbourhood level.
Since 2009, Mike has worked as an independent consultant focused on shaping and delivery of complex change programmes for public sector clients. This has included associate roles for reputable consultancies including Happold Consulting, RedQuadrant, Agilisys and MH&A.
Mike holds a Master’s in Town and Regional Planning from the University of Natal (Durban) and a BA Honours in Economic History from the University of Cape Town. He is a qualified senior project and programme manager and has completed the Steering Complex Projects Executive Education Programme at the University of Cambridge, Judge Business School.