S2E4 – Shaun Deverson (Lighthouse Futures)

Podcast image cover for S2E4 of The Engaging ESG & Sustainability Podcast featuring Shaun Deverson from Lighthouse Futures

This week Dan is joined by Shaun Deverson, Founder and Principal Consultant of Lighthouse Futures to discuss all things Transition.

Shaun is an Honours qualified Civil and Environmental Engineer with over 25 years of experience working in the Defence, Mining, Transportation and Construction domains. He has a Masters in Business and Technology, Certificates in Project Management and Systems Engineering and has recently commenced a Masters of Philosophy with the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) School of Law, with a focus on the application of complexity science and natural laws and principles to reimagine new planning laws for cities.

Shaun formerly served in the Royal Australian Navy and Australian Army Reserve.

Through his diverse experiences, Shaun has acquired a broad array of rich insights and skillsets within areas of leadership, sustainability, risk and transformation. These were acquired in an array of contexts and areas of responsibility, including Managing Director, Project Manager and Management Consultant for firms of various sizes.

These experiences, coupled with his ability to deliver philosophically reasoned and evidence-based insights, Shaun is regularly invited to deliver and chair conference panels with a focus on the future of work, innovation, risks and abundant opportunities awaiting governments and corporations committed to transformation based on regenerative practices.

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