Celine Suarez is Head of Corporate Sustainability and Reporting, and an Executive Director in the Global Sustainable Finance Group at Morgan Stanley.
She brings 20 years’ experience in corporate sustainability and sustainable investing to the team. She drives the firm’s corporate sustainability strategy, disclosure and stakeholder engagement, and she oversees the activities of the Institute for Sustainable Investing. She also focuses on driving integration of climate change considerations into the firms risk management and disclosure practices. Before joining Morgan Stanley, Celine was Client Director at the consultancy Context Group, where she led engagements with major global firms. Previously, she was also a consultant at BSR, where she drove strategic sustainability consulting with leading companies in the financial, airline, hospitality, retail, and food and beverage industries, and led the Center for Sustainable Procurement. She started her career as an analyst integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into investment decisions at several leading sustainable asset management firms, including Citi and Domini Social Investments. Celine was an adjunct professor at NYU, and taught a Master’s course on strategic Corporate Sustainability for several years. She holds an MS in Sustainable Environmental Systems from the Pratt Institute, and a BS in Earth System Science from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.