Co-Founder & CEO
As CEO, Nadine oversees the overall company strategy and technology direction at Green City Watch, keeping it pointed at the most interesting problems in ‘renaturing’ cities.
Nadine is known for her work on ‘circular cites’ at Metabolic, where she mapped urban metabolisms and developed circular economy interventions. Nadine has a rich history of building teams and communities at the intersection of ecology, technology and innovation. In 2017, she founded the world’s first intensive summer course on ‘circular cities’, and still serves as its Academic Director. Nadine went on the co-develop the Urban Nature Map of Amsterdam, the very first green map of the Dutch capital. In 2018, she appeared on several jury-selected shortlists of sustainability pioneers, was nominated for AUV Alumni Award, and was chosen as a top digital talent under 26 by The Next Web.
Nadine is pursuing her Ph.D. in Ecological Engineering, at University College Dublin and Trinity College Dublin, and holds degrees in ecology and evolutionary biology (BSc) from the University of Toronto, with a minor from the National University of Singapore, and in earth sciences (MSc) from the University of Amsterdam, with research internships at Wageningen University and the University of Hawassa (Ethiopia).