Head of Responsible Investment
London Pension Collective Investment Vehicle
Jacqueline Amy Jackson is the Head of Responsible Investment at the London Pension Collective Investment Vehicle. She leads London CIV’s commitment to sustainable finance by developing and implementing strategies designed to mitigate financial risks arising from environmental and socioeconomic issues. Jacqueline has experience delivering public speaking on sustainability, podcasts on climate change and other environmental publications. Over the last eighteen years she has advised institutional investors, corporations and governments on how to interpret exposure and impact associated with natural resource constraints to help inform resilience and identify the transformative solutions of tomorrow. Prior to joining London CIV, Jacqueline founded an ecommerce website and worked in business development for Trucost and S&P Global. She is an award-winning conceptual artist who works with marginalised groups of society and underrepresented artists to increase awareness of global issues and drive change. Her work has been featured in CICA Museum, Kensington and Chelsea Art Week, The Times, Art World Magazine Modern Art Oxford, Time out and can be found at The Tate Britain. She was recently nominated for The Creative Green Awards in London, The YICCA Art Prize in Milan and won Rising Star at the LAPF Investment Awards. Jacqueline read Fine Art at The University of Oxford achieving a 1st in 2008 and returned in 2019 to study Sustainable Finance. She has delivered training at the Institute for Sustainability Leadership at The University of Cambridge, holds the CFA ESG accreditation, sat on the Board of Waterlow Residents, is a Trustee for several charities and an ambassador of The Diversity Project.