Who are we?
The partners and senior consultants from New Angles are experienced leaders, having worked on executive committees and boards of directors in the private sector as well as in non-profit organizations. We are also teachers and stakeholders in business schools in Europe and the United States. We know about life in organizations – managing people, budgets, projects, partnerships and stakeholders… We understand the short-term pressures that your teams experience. We know it can be difficult to change the habits of thought and practice in a complex and uncertain environment. Our mission is to facilitate this task.
Jacob Mayne is a specialist in organizational change and innovation. He has over 20 years of experience with Unilever in Europe and Asia Pacific, with senior management positions in sales departments, political brands, innovation and human resources. He is an expert in leadership coaching and a Professor in Change Strategy in an Executive Program at HEC Paris. He participated in the definition of the WBCSD Vision 2050 and the Emerging World Forum.
Margareta Barchan is specialized in the human side of organizational change. Businesswoman of the Year in Sweden in 1997, she created Celemi, a global leader in business simulation, and founded Pioneers of Change, an international organization for young people. She has over 30 years of experience in supporting senior executives in achieving their goals. Fellow at Boston College, she is also a professor in Sustainability in Lorange Institute of Business in Zurich and the University of Lausanne.
During the first ten years of his career, Denis Bourgeois worked with NGOs in the development of organic agriculture. During the next ten years, he held senior manager and executive positions in business and was the creator of a start-up. These twenty years combine activities in consulting, researching, and training. Doctor of Management, he is an Affiliate Professor at HEC Paris where he heads the Consulting and Coaching for Change program.
Martin Thomas, Associate
Martin Thomas, MA, MSc, FCIS, FCMA, was an executive at Unilever for 30 years in the fields of Accounting and Finance (Corporate Treasury), responsible for Middle Eastern and African countries. He was then the Executive Director of Tate & Lyle. He specializes in accounting and sustainable strategy. He has lived on four continents, speaks French, English, Spanish and Dutch. He is also co-author of “Business Planning for Turbulent Times.”
Philippe Krenzer is an expert in change management with 20 years of experience as a manager of prestigious hotels, such as The Oberoi (Bali), Claridge’s (London), The Savoy (London), and as CEO of Hôtel de Crillon (Paris). He is an Affiliate Professor and Educational Director in an Executive Program at HEC Paris.
Amanda Harding, Senior Consultant
Amanda Harding is a facilitator of change and a senior development consultant, specializing in multi-party programs on human rights. She worked for 20 years between Africa, Asia, and the Middle East with management teams on the ground with many international agencies, NGOs, and local organizations, including the CGIAR (Water and Agriculture), OHCR, UNICEF, DFID (public assistance program of the United Kingdom) and “Save the Children”.
Dr. Martin Frick is an experienced diplomat and political adviser. Among his most prestigious positions, he served as a negotiator for the European Council of the United Nations for Human Rights, Chief of Staff of the German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer and Director of Operations of the Global Humanitarian Forum, created by Kofi Annan. Martin holds a Doctorate in Law and degree in Political Science.
Camden Brown, Strategy Consultant
Camden Brown is a sustainability and energy policy consultant. Cam has 10 years of wine industry experience and sustainability consulting to wineries in California, Michigan, France, South Africa and Armenia. His consultancy work at New Angles since 2016 has focused on expanding the B Corp movement and integrating sustainability into management decision making. In parallel, Cam is finalizing his Master in Sustainability and Social Innovation with a certificate in Energy and Finance at HEC Paris and a Master from the Norwegian School of Economics in Business Administration and Economics.