As Managing Director, BRIDGE Singapore & Australia, Carla works with leaders to design, plan and implement organisational change. She has worked with leadership teams all over the world and believes that change starts from within. If leaders are prepared to change themselves, anything is possible in any team or business.
She has lived and worked in Asia for the past 9 years, and brings a blend of consulting, psychology, coaching and facilitation to her work, balancing head and heart in all she does. She works with many companies across the region and globally, including progressive FMCG, Financial Services and Insurance clients.
Prior to joining BRIDGE, she worked for PwC, Unisys and BT Global Services. She also spent several years as a freelance organisational change consultant, leading internal change programmes for organisations such as Roche, Vodafone, SABMiller and various public sector organisations in health and local government.
Singapore-headquartered NamZ Pte. Ltd. is a bio-science based, consumer-focused, innovation incubator, co-founded by Chris five years ago with world renowned food and cosmetic ingredients innovator, Dr. Peter S. J. Cheetham.
NamZ combines science, technology, consumer insights and climate change resilient Future-Fit crops that grow economically on marginalized, degraded arable land to create nutritious products.
Inspired to resolve the Nutritional Paradox, Chris brings fair and inclusive business strategies, sciences, and remarkable people together with the aim to shape a healthier future for the planet, humanity, and the economy.
The Nutritional Paradox is an initiative of NamZ that aims to bring people from all walks of life to resolve the quadruple burden of hunger, obesity, micronutrient deficiencies and the destruction of our planet caused by the current food system.
Chris is passionate about changing the world one meal at the time.
Sarah is a sustainability and communications expert working with multinationals and brands to build sustainability campaigns and programs that enable business to be a force for good. She is Associate Director of MullenLowe salt, a strategic communications and PR specialists that believe that good communications drive positive change inside and outside organisations and is seconded to Ben & Jerry’s to run all of their social mission and impact work for the region.
Sarah’s corporate and consumer work enhances external reputation, promotes internal alignment and increases positive societal and environmental impact for clients such as Unilever, Danone, Asia Pacific Breweries and many others. With her work with Ben & Jerry’s she has created hard-hitting campaigns on marriage equality and climate justice issues and through Unilever’s health soap, Lifebuoy, successfully campaigned at the United Nations General Assembly for handwashing with soap to be included in the Sustainable Development Goals.
Sarah has lived in Asia for over six years. She is chair of the Chamber’s Sustainability Committee and a qualified lawyer. Sarah is proud that MullenLowe salt and Ben & Jerry’s are both B Corporations – a high profile accreditation given exclusively to companies committed to transforming society for good through their business.