Meki Nattero is a sustainability professional and strategic facilitator with over 10 years’ experience of working in environmental conservation, corporate responsibility, market transformation and social innovation. She has developed cross-sector partnerships between business, government and civil society on critical issues. Her work focuses on creating safe spaces where multiple stakeholders can navigate complexity, find clarity and identify where value lies for their business or project.
Meki’s experience combines an innate ability to nurture and develop interpersonal relationships with a strong track record of managing and delivering complex projects in a variety of settings and industries. As Global Account Manager with WWF-UK (2006-2009) she co-led a 50+ strong global team in the design and implementation of WWF’s freshwater and climate change programme, “The HSBC Climate Partnership” (5 years-long, USD 100 million). This included supporting teams in China, India and Brazil on tackling common challenges, such as sustainable freshwater management, and researching the links between water footprint and financial flows. Between 2010 and 2013 Meki was based in her native Argentina where she led WWF Argentina’s business and environment unit, developed an integrated commodities strategy aimed at markets transformation and collaborated with WWF offices in Chile, Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay and Peru in the areas of forestry, soy expansion, cattle ranching and whitefish.
Meki is originally from Argentina and fluent in Spanish and English. She is now based in the UK and works as a facilitator, graphic recorder and project consultant.