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Thank you for visiting the Finch & Beak website. Finch & Beak is now part of SLR Consulting, a global organization that supports its clients on setting sustainability strategies and seeing them through to implementation.

This is an exciting time for us, as our team now includes an array of new colleagues who offer advisory and technical skills that are complementary to our own including Climate Resilience & Net Zero, Natural Capital & Biodiversity, Social & Community Impact, and Responsible Sourcing.

We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to check out the SLR website, so you can see the full potential of what we are now able to offer.

Below you can find the archived Finch & Beak website.

Josephin Schulz

Team Lead
Josephin Schulz
Publ. date 6 Oct 2020

Ambitious professional aiming to make sustainability understandable and accessible for everyone. |

After studying Geography and going abroad to Hong Kong, I realized that I can have a bigger contribution by learning how to integrate sustainability strategies into companies. That is the reason why I pursure my career as a sustainability expert. I believe that people, organizations and companies can minimize waste and pollution and become more aware by its surrounding environment. I am aiming to help companies finding their sustainability path and integrate my positive thinking into their strategies.

My background:

  • Master of Science in Sustainable Business and Innovation from Utrecht University, Netherlands
  • Master Thesis: Circular packaging in the on-board catering aviation sector. A case study of TUI Aviation.
  • Internships at: TUI Group, Netherlands | Volkswagen AG, Germany | WEB Windenergie, Germany | Think tank REI, China
  • Bachelor of Science in Geography from Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms Universität Bonn, Germany
  • Year abroad (B.Sc.) Resource Management at Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Bilingual German and English, basic communication in Mandarin.

Colleagues would describe me as:
Supportive, engaged, open-minded, flexible

Which book should everybody read:
Utopia for Realists. And how we can get there, by Rutger Bregman. The book is characterized by a lot of inspiring visions and ideas about our today's society. It visualizes future ideas which might seem utopian, but are are still realistic. The book shows how society, environment and economic are intervowen and presents ideas such as the 15-hour work week.

Best advice I ever got:
Remove the intent and be the person you want to be.

Something surprising about me:
I played semi-professional football during high-school for the northern selection of Germany.

What I do for fun:

  • Running and swimming
  • Baking and trying out new recipes
  • Exploring countries and nature

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