The TFA Steering Committee is comprised of representatives of Partner organizations who help steer the strategic direction of TFA and support management decisions. Steering Committee members provide a balanced representation of consumer and forest countries, businesses along the value chain and civil society organizations.
Director of Food, Forests, and Water Programs, WRI. Craig co-developed a number of the Program’s projects including Global Forest Watch, the Global Restoration Initiative, the Forest Legality Alliance, and the Food Loss and Waste Protocol. Previously, Craig managed WRI’s Green Power Market Development Group, a coalition of a dozen Fortune 500 companies that helped pioneer corporate energy markets in the United States. Prior to joining WRI in 2002, Craig was a management consultant in Europe and the United States with McKinsey & Company.
Cristianne is the Deputy Leader for WWF Food Practice and in this role supports the strategic development and implementation of initiatives globally related to Food and Conservation matters. Cristianne has over 18 years of experience working on sustainability, agriculture, strategy and business development. For the last ten years, she has focused on sustainable agriculture working in companies and foundations to directly design, develop and implement projects on the ground with farmers.
Head Public Private Partnerships, Member Management Committee World Economic Forum. Dominic has led the environment and resource security agenda at the World Economic Forum since 2006.Dominic is an International Fellow of IIED; an Associate Fellow of the Royal Institute of International Affairs; a Trustee of The Climate Group, Chair of the 2030 Water Resources Group Executive Committee; and Chair of the UNFCCC Momentum for Change Advisory Panel on Climate Finance.
Expert in adaptation and mitigation of Indigenous Peoples on Climate Change, traditional knowledge on the adaptation of pastoralists in Africa, expert on women and climate change in Africa. Also she is Co-Chair of International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change, representing CSO at the UNCCD and she is Policy board Member of the United Nations- Indigenous Peoples Partnership (UNIPP). Member of the Executive committee of the Indigenous Peoples of Africa Coordinating Committee (IPACC), representative of the Congo Basin Region.
Chief Sustainability Officer at Wilmar International, Jeremy is responsible for driving the implementation of Wilmar’s No Deforestation, No New Peat Development and No Exploitation Policy.
Long-time assisting smallholders, working to encourage best agriculture practices for smallholder and villagers and encouarge governement and company to respect for smallholders on the collaboration. In his role at the SPKS, one of the largest smallholder unions in Indonesia, he continually works to empower farmers to become independent and sustainability. He regularly represents smallholders’ interests at sustainable palm oil round-tables, and has been a coordinator for the Forum of Sustainable Oil Palm Smallholders (FORTASBI) since 2014.
Throughout his career, Mirko has been driven by the desire to make the world more politically stable, more socially equitable and more environmentally sustainable. After a short stint in the private sector, Mirko joined his country’s Diplomatic Service to pursue those ambitions, working with governments, companies, and NGOs on issues such as human rights, trade, development, energy, and biodiversity. His current portfolio of work focuses on climate and forests.
Twenty-five years of experience with international development, climate change, natural resources, sustainable trade and finance in the public and private sectors. Currently a senior adviser in the UK Department for International Development (DFID), working on forests, sustainable agriculture and land use. Also contributes to UK government engagement on a range of other sustainable development challenges, including plastic pollution, international climate finance and climate resilience. Previously led and managed programmes to tackle climate change and use natural resources sustainably in developing countries, and worked to deliver a sustainable finance and investment strategy for emerging markets in a large commercial bank.
Nick is an advocate for sustainable business and is committed to the development of socially, environmentally & economically responsible food systems. In a 20-year career in food & agriculture, Nick has held senior commercial & sustainable supply chain roles in companies across retail (Sainsburys), foodservice (Whitbread) and manufacturing (Twinings). From 2011 to 2015 he led procurement & sustainability shared service functions at Oxfam GB. At Cargill, Nick advises business and functional leadership to address sustainable development issues; working in partnership to deliver on Cargill’s global land use & forest protection policies, action plans and Cargill’s Commitment on Human Rights.
The TFA team supports the day-to-day operations of the Alliance, designing and organizing workshops and meetings, engaging new and existing Partners, facilitating best practice exchange and supporting Partners to reach their deforestation commitments.