HQ is based on the 'Sunshine Coast' of Eastbourne, but our team is based all over the south of England, so to keep our carbon footprint down, we all work from home.
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Karen started GGC in 2010 (formerly Limelight Design & Marketing) and subsequently founded the Global Good Awards in 2015 which has now become one of the leading global sustainability awards; and the only one that is truly run sustainably.
She has since set up a sustainable events consultancy service to help other award, festival and event organisers to make fast positive change for the benefit of people and planet.
Karen is also a member of the Independent Awards Standards Council whereby she acts as an assessor for the Awards Trust Mark; an accreditation scheme to enhance trust between those entering awards schemes, and the organisations running them.
Karen lives on the south coast and in her spare time (which she has little of!) she likes to walk, cycle, kayak and also volunteers for Marine Conservation Society and a local children’s cancer charity.
Creative Writer and Communications
Liz Jones is an established B2B journalist with extensive experience across a broad spectrum of industries including food and drink, health and beauty, property and travel. It was while editor of Ethical Performance and Best Practice that she developed her passion for writing about sustainability issues, focusing on how businesses are addressing both environmental and societal challenges. She has been working with GGC and the Global Good Awards since 2015.
Liz lives on the north Kent coast with her family and her dog.
Simon has been working with GGC since it was founded in 2010 and he is an integral part of the business as our senior graphic designer. He also specialises in the art of cartography, so with 30+ years graphic design experience, we like to joke about the fact he's been drawing maps since the world was flat! ;-)
Simon lives in the heart of the New Forest with his family, 2 horses and dog.
Dr Paula Owen is an environmental and sustainability specialist with over 20 years of professional experience in the areas of: sustainable energy; climate change and carbon footprinting & management. Paula has a PhD in climate change chemistry from the University of Oxford, and a Masters degree from City University, London.
Paula works with GGC as an advisor and long-standing judge for the Global Good Awards. She also supports our sustainable event consulting work and our behaviour change talks to businesses, schools, communities with her gamification business, eco action games.
Paula is also passionate about animal rights and is currently publishing her first book, Little Brown Dog.