10 January 2020

Suzanne Schenk

Suzanne brings a wealth of experience in environmental campaigning, NGO coalition building, and strategic grant management. She joined Beyond Fossil Fuels in August 2019, transitioning from her role at the Changing Markets Foundation, where she focused on campaigning for circular economy issues.

Suzanne’s prior engagements include working at the European Climate Foundation on energy efficiency and at the World Future Council on cities and climate change. Her passion lies in uniting people to accelerate climate justice. Suzanne speaks Dutch, English, and German, as well as French and Italian.

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