Anna-Marie Greenaway MEI
Anna-Marie Greenaway is currently completing a PhD at the University of Cambridge, following a 30-year career in international energy. Her research is focused on the development of strategic road-mapping to support University-Industry partnerships in addressing global challenges.
Her industry roles included VP Science and Technology and Global Director of International University Partnerships. This role encompassed developing and leading BP’s strategy for technical and policy research collaborations worldwide including on climate change, alternative energies, transport systems
Anna currently serves as a member of the UK Government Science Advisory Council for the Department for Transport and from 2015 to 2020, she served on the governance boards of the BP Institute and the International Centre for Advanced Materials and the advisory committees of the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies, Scott Polar Research Institute and the Clean Energy Centre at Tsinghua University, Beijing.
Her academic background is in Earth Sciences, and she holds a BSc from Royal Holloway, University of London and a master’s degree in Sustainability Leadership from the University of Cambridge and is a Member of the Energy Institute.