Estelle Levin-Nally is an impact entrepreneur and sustainability influencer with 20 years’ experience working in the international minerals trade. In 2010, Estelle founded Levin Sources as a catalyst to deliver sustainability through better business and good governance in the minerals sector. Estelle and her team solve complex socio-ecological problems in fragile economies, thriving markets, and global challenges, ultimately building resilience and value for businesses, communities and societies around the world.
Estelle works at the frontier of minerals sustainability, advising some of the world’s most high-profile brands and most pioneering social enterprises. She initiates and incubates programmes that bridge divides and fill gaps that prevent progress towards more resilientfutures, such as ASM-PACE and the GIFF Project. She is well known for her work in responsible mining, responsible sourcing, conflict minerals, and green economy minerals. She is regularly invited to chair, facilitate and speak at high profile events and conferences around the world and has been an expert participant in a wide variety of panels and knowledge sharing initiatives.
Estelle is a proud Geographer with two Masters’ degrees, a penchant for systems thinking, and a fascination with the human-environment dialectic. Her training in social theory, her science background, and commitment to human rights and the sustainable development goals guide how she works. It has also contributed to her continued commitment to conservation, the circular economy and renewable energy as pathways to resilience.
Estelle was named #48 Top 100 Modern Slavery Influencers 2018; #15 Top 100 Conflict Minerals Influencers 2017 and #52 in 2016. Estelle works in English, French, and Spanish. She is based at Levin Sources, Cambridge, UK.
Video accredited to: World Bank Climate-Smart Mining Facility Launch and Conference, May 1, 2019, World Bank Headquarters.