The TASC team has worked together for 18 years, formerly as the team behind ICECAP Ltd. Collectively, TASC has over 60 years’ experience in the international carbon market.
18 years experience in the carbon market: business development and deal structuring
Experienced CFO/COO (10 years with ICECAP): financial control, coordinating and managing contracts.
Director of Carbon
Career-long experience in the carbon market: compliance, project origination and management.
Business Development Manager
Six years experience in carbon markets as an analyst, broker and sales director. MSc Environmental Technology, Imperial College London.
TASC SA CEO
Extensive experience in managing corporate operations for global entities, including positions as CEO for two billion-dollar Asset Management Companies and the launch of a successful start-up hedge fund company. Graduate of the University of Natal, majoring in Psychology and Marketing.
TASC SA Carbon Projects Development Manager
Environmental scientist specialised in atmospheric chemistry (PhD), with a background in geology, soil science and chemistry. Passionate about applying science to contribute to sustainable relationships between humans and nature.
TASC SA Project Consultant
Over 20 years experience in agriculture, agro-forestry, value added processing, value chain development and environmental development; experience working across the continent of Africa. Masters in Environmental Development from the University of Natal.
Managing Director, Zambia
Responsible for TASC’s operations in Zambia; more than a decade of experience working in the country.
Project Manager, Zambia
Manager of sensitisation and distribution in Chongwe, Zambia.
Team Leader, Zambia
Leads sensitisation workshops and distribution around Chongwe and Lusaka.
Over 25 years’ in natural resource management, delivering projects valued in excess of $200m; based in South Australia.
Chartered accountant with over 25 years’ in financial markets, including setting up an early carbon fund; based in Sydney, New South Wales.