Worldview Impact
Making your Green Investments Grow
Board of Advisors
Mr. Raymond Mason (USA)
Ray is a Senior Partner at REBCON International
RayRaymond Mason is a business strategist and serial entrepreneur with a verifiable history as a professional in the areas of financial and economic analysis, business modeling, utility regulation and accounting, strategic planning, business planning and development, and a specialist in the practice areas of regulatory and investment filings, financial and tax impacts on regulated utilities, business change management, and related information management systems design. Ray has demonstrated extensive proficiency in analyzing business situations, especially in the context of their regulatory and legal environments, and in the development of response strategies. He is globally recognized for his exceptional persuasive skills polished by years of professional experience as an expert witness in administrative law proceedings and interaction with top executives both internally and externally. Is a successful negotiator and source for sound professional business and policy advice, being sought after as a mediator for conflict resolution by executive echelon, management and staff. He has a proven track record for improving business performance through progressive leadership, business process optimization and performance measurement. Ray currently serves as on the Board of Directors of several private entities and not-for-profit organizations that are focused in the Green Renewables, Telecom, Investment, Non-Violent Conflict Resolution and Sustainable / Transformative Economics. He also holds interests in numerous other ventures globally. He was most recently Principal Senior Consultant in the Enterprise Management Solutions Division of Black & Veatch. Prior to joining Black & Veatch, Mr. Mason served as interim CEO of a privately held Telecommunications Technology Company, High Speed Video Holding Corporation, for three years where his role was to oversee and direct the executive management of the firm in expanding its presence in the marketplace while establishing a business culture conducive to an early stage technology company. Previously, Ray was Vice President of Governmental & Regulatory Affairs for Citizens Communications, a S&P 500 firm (previously Citizens Utilities Company). As an entrepreneur he has worked as a consultant for several international investment firms. Ray continues to work with contacts in business, government and technology segments of several Latin American, African, Asia, Middle East and European countries. He continues to work with both governments and multi-national firms in the areas of utility privatization, regulatory policy frameworks and related strategic economic / foreign trade planning.
Mr. Tore Brevik (Norway)
Tore is the Special Representative of United Nations Environment Programme
ToreTore is the Special Representative for Sport and Environment, United Nations Environment Programme, UNEP. He Initiated UNEP’s Sport and Environment Outreach in 1992. He is Member, Commission for Sport and Environment, The International Olympic Committee, IOC since 1996 and Advisor, Global Sports Alliance, Japan. He is a member of the organizing committee in Norway for UNEP’s International Children’s Conference on the Environment in Stavanger 2008. He is a Board Member, The Environment Fund and was UNEP’s Spokesman/Director, Communications and Public Information (1988-2002). He was Director, United Nations Information Centre, UNIC, Nairobi, covering Kenya, The Seychelles and Uganda (1995-2002). He was Member, United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force on Sport for Development and Peace (2002-2003). He was Chairman, Joint United Nations Information Committee, JUNIC (2000-2002). He was a member of the working party on Education, Awareness Raising and Training, United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, UNCED, Rio de Janeiro (1992). He was Trustee, Television Trust for the Environment, TVE (1989-2002) and Director of Information, Norwegian Refugee Council, NRC, working closely with UNHCR and UNRWA (1981-1988). He was Acting Chief and Deputy Chief of Information, Norwegian Agency for International Development, NORAD (1967-1988) and Founding member of Inter Press Service, IPS Norway. He was Development Attaché/Assistant Resident Representative, Royal Norwegian Embassy, Dar es Salaam (1974-1976) and served as Welfare and Press Officer with the United Nations Peace Keeping Forces in The Middle East, UNEF (1963 and 1965). Tore has travelled widely, written numerous articles for newspapers and magazines. He has produced films and TV-programmes and started a UN “edutainment” soap opera for broadcast in Africa. He is an experienced photographer and has won international awards. Tore initiated and was responsible for UNEP’s International Photographic Competitions on the Environment: “Focus on your World” (1991-92,1994-95 and 1999-2000).
Mr. Fraser Durham (UK)
Fraser is a Consultant at Carbonsense
DurhamFraser Durham has a BSc in Economics and Mathematics, and has recently made the transition from finance, where he spent ten years advising global investment funds on derivative and alternative asset transactions, to climate change and sustainability - inspired by developments in sustainable finance whilst travelling in Asia. Fraser co-ordinates client strategies involving a high technical input, as well as developing the use of film, animation and new media to leverage the communication aspects of climate change and sustainability. He lives in Totnes where he can develop his passions for rock climbing, surfing, home grown cooking and the Transition Town movement.
Ms. Camilla Flatt (UK)
Camilla is a Consultant at Africa Practice
CamillaCamilla joined Africapractice in May 2007 as a consultant for corporate citizenship. Her clients are multinational companies who operate in Africa and seek advice on how to devise and implement an effective corporate citizenship strategy or project relevant to the African context within which they are working. Before africapractice, she was working for a corporate governance and corporate social responsibility consultancy in London - Pensions Investment Research Consultants (PIRC).Prior to working at PIRC, she completed a masters from the London School of Economics in Environment and Development and read Human Geography at the University College London at undergraduate level. Between these two degrees, she worked as the communications officer for the World Youth Peace Summit, a youth-led NGO based in Bangkok, Thailand. She was selected back in 2004 as a UNESCO Youth Delegate for the Decade for the Education of Sustainable Development, travelling to Japan for a conference. She was also selected to attend the UN Youth Assembly in New York also in that same year. Though a British national, she was born and raised in Thailand, consequently having a strong affinity to the country and Asia as a region.
Ms. Carolyne Okeijn, LLB (Sweden/UK)
Carolyne is a Maritime Lawyer and Writer
CarolineCarolyne joined Worldview Impact as a project manager in the London head office in 2008. Given her special affinity with Latin America, Carolyne co-ordinated Latin American affairs and collaborated closely with local partners in the region. She went on to specialise in the impact of carbon emissions on the marine environment in the context of international climate legal policy. Carolyne received her Master of Science in Maritime Affairs from the UN/IMO founded World Maritime University in Sweden. She also studied at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where she received her Bachelor in Laws (LLB). Carolyne has had a strong international outlook since an early age and travelled as a youth leader to countries such as Croatia, Costa Rica and Switzerland. Previously she has conducted legal work as an intern at the Centre for Justice and International Law. She has also consulted for IDEAcarbon and written for G-1 Billion news-agency. Carolyne writes on topics such as climate policy, marine environmental problems and environmental responsibility in business.

Ms. Tamara von Arx (Switzerland/France)
Tamara is a Senior Fashion Designer and Consultant
TamaraTamara is a senior fashion designer and consultant who provides design services to fashion companies after having gained work experience with luxury companies such as Bally in Switzerland for over 8 years. Subsequently she has worked for internationally acclaimed Italian and French luxury companies for over 6 years in Milan, Italy. In addition to her fashion career over the past two years she has worked as a lecturer for international degree students at the internationally renowned fashion institute 'Istituto Marangoni' in London, UK. Tamara speak several languages and she has been travelled extensively through many developing countries where she has started to consult with individuals in order to support them in starting and building up their own businesses within or related to the fashion and manufacturing industry. She actively participates in international fashion events around the world and she has delivered an array of seminars and workshops targeted for different clients in the fashion industry. Tamara brings her expertise in the creative side to the company which includes product design, manufacturing and branding.
Ms. Monaqui Porter Young (USA)
Monaqui is the President and CEO of MPGlobal Connect Inc
MonaquiMonaqui Porter Young is President and CEO of MPGlobal Connect Inc., a start-up company launched to advance Monaqui’s vision of economic empowerment through sustainable development. MPGlobal Connect Inc. is the exclusive import and distribution company for Paradise Farm, a 90-acre rainforest in the mountainous region of Sri Lanka. Monaqui received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. She studied International Trade Management at Pace University’s School of International Trade and Commerce, specializing in import rules and regulations. Monaqui recently graduated from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, becoming a certified Holistic Health Practitioner specializing in digestive disorders and primary foods. She also received certification in Integrative Nutrition at Teachers College Columbia University. Monaqui has published articles and presented interactive workshops, guest lectures, and keynote speeches at universities and business organizations throughout the United States and abroad. Most recently, she was a guest speaker for the United Nations International Women’s Day in Bangkok, Thailand, where she spoke on commonalities of women - Strengthening the international relationship among women through commonalities. Monaqui currently serves as a board member for Equal Trade for Sustainability, and as a board member of Paradise Farm.
Jessica White (UK)
Jessica is a Consultant for McGraw Hill
BremleyJessica is an Educator who is passionate about Education Technology, she is also a visual anthropologist, writer, curator, and cultural producer. She studied her Masters in Visual Anthropology at the University of Oxford focusing on the history of photography and film. In particular, the anthropological constructions of gender, ethnicity and nationalism. She addressed issues such as integration, segregation, assimilation and post-colonialism. Earning her BA (Hons) in Media Performance from the University of Salford she focused on the changing 'national' identity of France from the Fourth to Fifth republic through photography and film. She is the founder of a cultural NGO in Austria working internationally with a wide range of partners. Collaborating with artists she produces artistic courses, exhibitions, performances, materials and seminars with a interdisciplinary focus. She regularly speaks publicly on platforms such as the UN on how to practically address critical international issues through artistic practice. She founded a charity THINC in Austria. Here she developed art education programs for teenagers. In Germany she founded Te(a)chology, a series of events that are facilitating discussions on Education and Technology. She is currently an Academic Consultant for McGraw Hill, particularly focusing on how adaptive learning can facilitate better learning and teaching.
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