Wayne Hubbard – Chief Operating Officer
Wayne is the Chief Operating Officer of the London Waste and Recycling Board, where he oversees the day to day running of the organisation. He has been heavily involved in LWARB since its establishment and has substantial local government and waste industry experience. Prior to LWARB, Wayne worked as Head of Waste Policy at the Greater London Authority and has also held roles at the London Borough of Haringey and East Sussex County Council. Wayne has over 20 years’ experience in the waste industry.
T: 020 7960 3684
James Lanman – Head of Finance
James is Head of Finance at the London Waste and Recycling Board, where he is responsible for managing the fund’s finances as well as working on project development, including analysis of financial models. Prior to joining LWARB he worked in financial due diligence at PWC, after training as a Chartered Accountant in their audit practice.
T: 020 7960 3681
Adam Leibowitz – Secretariat and Governance
Adam is the Board’s Governance and Secretariat Officer. He has worked for the London Waste and Recycling Board since its establishment, and assisted in putting in place its governance procedures and administrative systems. Prior to this, he worked in similar roles for the Greater London Authority, including the Planning and Environment teams where he helped to administer the production of the Mayor of London’s planning and environmental strategies. Adam was the group co-ordinator for the GLA team which organised the 2008 GLA elections.
T: 020 7960 3680
Nicola Bradley – Administration Officer
Nicola is the Administration Officer at the London Waste and Recycling Board and joined in October 2016. She provides administrative support to LWARB and its programmes. Nicola studied Geography at Newcastle University and since then has worked in a variety of sectors. In previous roles she has set up internal recycling schemes and influenced company environmental policies.
T: 020 7960 3683
Clare Ollerenshaw – Circular Economy Manager
Clare is the Circular Economy Manager at the London Waste and Recycling Board. The aim of this role is to co-ordinate and write a route map that identifies policy recommendations and actions that will accelerate the transition to a circular economy in London. Previously, Clare worked for WRAP as a project manager on a EU Life + funded project, helping companies to transition from the traditional linear to a more circular business model. Clare is a member of the Association of Project Managers and has over 10 years’ project management experience.
T: 020 7960 3686
Katie Lindsay – Project Manager, Advance London
Katie is the Project Manager for the Advance London Project, responsible for managing the project’s budget and liaison with the GLA as the Managing Authority. Prior to joining LWARB Katie worked in for nine years in Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) engaging businesses across a range of sectors and sizes. During this time Katie worked on the development and implementation of a range of projects including commercial recycling and waste schemes for SMEs and large corporations. Katie has over 10 years’ experience in project management and delivery and is skilled in delivering grant funded business support programmes including ERDF, TfL and GLA funding.
T: 07810 850 705
Emma Ryan – Senior Business Advisor, Advance London
Emma works in the Advance London programme as Senior Business Advisor – Circular Economy, delivering high quality circular economy focused business support and advice to SMEs within London to help them scale-up existing circular economy operations or transition to more circular business operating models. Prior to joining, Emma was a senior project manager at Bioregional, overseeing its Sustainable Products and Circular Economy work with a number of retailers including Kingfisher plc, M&S and John Lewis. Emma has an MSc in Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility from Queens University Belfast and is a Practitioner Member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA).
T: 07795 542 434
Stuart Ferguson – Head of Investment
Stuart joined the team in May 2016 as Head of Investment and is an experienced financier. He has previously worked as Head of Fund Investment at Big Issue Invest, a leading social investor, working with scalable, high growth businesses seeking to deliver financial and social returns. Prior to this role, Stuart worked for Lloyds Banking Group for 15 years in a variety of transactional and relationship management roles. Stuart brings significant experience of working with businesses across the investment lifecycle and has held a number of Board positions.
T: 020 7960 3668
Jessica Brodrick – Business Development Officer
Jessica joined the London Waste and Recycling Board in 2016 as a Business Development Officer in the investment team. Before joining the Board, Jessica worked as a Project Manager in the Business Development Team at Veolia, tendering for local authority municipal contracts. Prior to this, she worked at Lincolnshire County Council for five years supporting several multi-million pound procurement projects, including the procurement of the county’s Energy from Waste facility.
T: 020 7960 3682
Antony Buchan – Head of Programme (Resource London)
Antony is Head of the Resource London programme, supporting London waste authorities to deliver significant savings and improve performance. He is a waste management professional with 17+ years’ experience in local, regional and national government and the commercial sector. A member of the negotiating team that created LWARB, Antony has been working for LWARB since its establishment.
T: 020 7960 3678
Cathy Cook – Local Authority Support Manager
Cathy also provides local authority support within the Resource London programme, working with a range of London’s waste authorities and other stakeholders to support them in improving recycling rates across the capital. Cathy has over 20 years experience in Local Government, nine of those within the waste sector, working both strategically and operationally. Most recently, Cathy held the post of Senior Recycling Officer at Rochford District Council in Essex and introduced a new recycling scheme – one of the first to include alternate weekly collections – which resulted in it becoming the top Recycling Authority in the UK.
T: 020 7960 3685
Beverley Simonson – Local Authority Support Manager
Beverley currently provides local authority support within the Resource London programme; working closely with London’s waste authorities and other stakeholders to support them in increasing their recycling performance. Beverley also helped manage LWARB’s Efficiencies Programme, which identified efficiencies for London boroughs in their waste management services. Beverley is a Chartered Waste Manager with over 15 years in the industry, working in and with local authority waste teams. Previously she worked for WRAP as a Recycling and Collections Technical Adviser, providing support for English local authorities with a particular focus on London. Beverley has also held roles at Dacorum Borough Council and the London Borough of Ealing. She is currently the Chair of the London and Southern Counties CIWM Centre Council.
T: 020 7960 3679
Ali Moore – Communications & Behaviour Change Manager
Ali works in the Resource London programme, managing the communications and behaviour change aspects of the team’s work. This includes providing support and consultancy to boroughs as well as leading on the Recycle for London programme and the London-specific campaigns for Love Food Hate Waste and Love Your Clothes. With over 23 years’ experience of brand development, marketing and communications across the corporate, commercial and public sectors, she has previously worked for organisations as diverse as Reuters, Lloyds Bank, The Post Office, Transport for London, a range of small locally-based charities and WRAP.
T: 020 7960 3677
Violetta Lynch – Communications & Campaigns Officer
Violetta works in the Resource London programme, supporting on communications and behaviour change and with a particular focus on digital. Prior to this, Violetta worked as a Project Manager on the Women in Transport programme at Transport for London, a diversity initiative with the aim of increasing the representation of women in the transport industry. Her experience is centered around communications and project management, with previous roles at Network Rail and Virgin Trains.
T: 020 7960 3667
James McGowan – Campaign Manager, Love Food Hate Waste London
James is overseeing the planning and delivery of a four-year Love Food Hate Waste campaign that will be delivered across London. The campaign will run from May 2016 through to March 2020 and have tailored campaign activity in each borough. Prior to joining the Resource London team, James spent eight years working as a marketing and communications professional for agencies, as well as in-house for a number of SME brands. In 2015, he completed an MSc (Distinction) in the Environment and Sustainability at Birkbeck, University of London. He dedicated his thesis to exploring the relationship between online food shopping and consumer shopping habits, to determine whether shopping online can help prevent household food waste.
T: 020 7960 3676