Lucy is a Project Manager at IMI plc focusing on international projects for customers in the energy sector. She has worked in 4 countries over the last 2 years and is currently based in Korea as part of IMI’s global leadership program. Prior to moving to Korea, Lucy led worldwide projects based out of Switzerland, Belgium, and Mexico to improve processes, increase workforce motivation and strengthen international collaboration.
Whilst undertaking a fast-track Masters from Edinburgh University, focused on environmental and sustainable chemistry, Lucy completed a range of diverse work experiences. These included working with ex political prisoners from Myanmar’s (Burma’s) military dictatorship, investigating political complexities of North Korea, and completing a year of renewable energy research as part of her intercalated degree from The University of Hong Kong – from which she co-authored a paper about solar cells in the American Chemical Society.
Lucy’s professional interests include energy and the environment, plus people empowerment and international communication. She speaks 3 languages and outside of work enjoys engaging in community projects, Latin dancing and photography. Lucy holds a Masters in Chemistry (MChem) from the University of Edinburgh.