As the world faces increasingly complex trends — clean water, affordable energy, connectivity, environmental pollution, economic growth and climate change — the world needs innovators and problem solvers who aren’t afraid to reframe their challenges and think differently.
And that’s where Zoe Haseman comes in.
Responsible for developing and implementing Jacobs’ global sustainability strategy to ensure we deliver on our vision of providing solutions for a more connected, sustainable world, our Vice President of Global Sustainability Zoe helps our company, as well as our clients flip their biggest issues on their head to maximize more sustainable outcomes, drive efficiency and create a positive impact on the environment, society and the economy.
Better connecting our lines of business and end markets to create solutions that address global issues and our client’s toughest challenges is an enormous opportunity. And the timing for us to position ourselves to do this, with our PlanBeyond strategy and the launch of Jacobs’ new brand, is now.
years of international experience as a sustainability professional
– the number she can count to in Arabic (learned from living in Kuwait for six years as a child)
people on her hometown netball team
With more than 19 years of international experience in sustainability efforts, working across both public, private and start-up sectors, she knows a thing or two about what works – and what needs to change, both today and into tomorrow as we look toward a more sustainable future.
Zoe’s previous roles include serving as the sustainability technical lead on major infrastructure and transportation programs, including Crossrail, Blackfriars Station Upgrade and Seattle-Tacoma’s International Airport Sustainable Master Plan.
An educator and influencer on sustainability and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, she’s also a member of the Net Zero Taskforce with Business in the Community.
Zoe earned a Bachelor of Science, with honors, in environmental science from Manchester University. She’s also completed the “Leading Innovative Change” course at UC Berkeley Executive College.