Sally Sudworth, Global Head of Sustainability & Climate Change, Mott Macdonald. BSc CEng CEnv FICE FIAM FWES MCIWEM
Sally is a chartered engineer and chartered environmentalist, working at Mott Macdonald as global head of sustainability and climate change. Until recently Sally led on the Net Zero Carbon strategy for infrastructure at the UK Environment Agency and prior to this was director for the low zero carbon hub in Wales.
Sally is a fellow of the Women’s Engineering Society and founded the Climate Emergency Group. She is also a fellow of the ICE and the Institute of Asset Management, where she co-chairs the Climate Emergency Programme. Sally was chair of the judging panel for the WE50 Women in Sustainability awards.
Sally was a director for Engineers for Overseas Development, an engineering charity that provides development opportunities for graduates to become professionally qualified. Their community led projects are based in sub-Sahara Africa and help to alleviate poverty and improve the quality of people’s lives.
Sally has over 30 years’ experience of working in design and construction in both the private industry and public sector, managing £ multi-million programmes of work for climate change, flood risk, asset management, river and canal restoration and highways.