FJL: Tell us a bit about yourself and your experience on the FJL program
IK: I grew up in Manchester in the UK, and attended the University of Cambridge where I read Land Economy which is a combination of law, economics and the environment. In my spare time, I coordinated various charity efforts including a charity fashion show, a charity ball and a series of events for Jewish students and Israel. I participated in the FJL USA Summer Internship programme in 2015 where I worked at an energy efficiency start-up, Sealed. During my time there, I gained valuable professional experience as well as exposure to client interaction and the sustainability industry. Although the internship did not inspire my future career, the experience shaped by university dissertation which focused on the environmental impact of the fashion industry.
FJL: What keeps you busy these days?
IK: After graduating from University, I spent two years on the Teach First programme, teaching Maths to secondary school pupils in London's third poorest borough and acting as Head of Year 8. I work as an Associate Consultant for Teneo UK, a strategy consultancy firm that is active in a variety of sectors. In my 'free time', I serve as the chair of the young professional committee for