Hannah Brockfield

Hannah works for The Prince’s Accounting for Sustainability Project (A4S), which was established by HRH The Prince of Wales to inspire action by finance leaders to drive a fundamental shift towards a sustainable economy.

Hannah joined A4S in 2017 as Events Officer, leading the charity’s global events programme to engage the finance and accounting community in transforming their financial decision making towards a more sustainable approach.

Hannah’s growing interest in the sustainable finance space resulted in her achieving a place on the University of Oxford’s Smith School Sustainable Finance Foundation Course. The course gave her the opportunity to explore and articulate the business case for a more sustainable approach to business and finance.

After demonstrating a proven track record of leading projects across global campaigns, Hannah progressed to become A4S’s Senior Project Officer, working on the charity’s international networks and projects. Hannah works with global partners to deliver the objectives of A4S’s Chief Financial Officer Leadership Network.

Part of Hannah’s role is focused on the integration of sustainability into the education of finance professionals. Due to this work, she was selected to be on the Driving change in education, training and academia assessor panel for the 2019 Finance for the Future awards.

Prior to joining A4S, Hannah was a Production Manager at Capita Conferences, where she conducted research for public sector conferences and training. Hannah’s events ranged from Reducing Deaths in Police Care, Universal Credit to Preventing Sexual Assault.