Sandrine Ramboux is a Strategy/ ESG consultant, with 20 years of experience in Finance managing multicultural teams. Sandrine worked 10 years as senior consultant designing and implementing large women economic empowerment projects and she is now engaged to achieve Net Zero Target. For a long part of her life, Sandrine worked in senior positions in investment
banking in Belgium, the Nordic countries and Turkey.
In 2012, she quit finance and founded C@rma to support the capacity building of Turkish NGOs. In parallel, in 2016, she launched Jana to support disadvantaged Syrian and Turkish women in incubating their small businesses and building strong peer communities on which they can rely. Within that framework. In 2019, she added EKIP, a project administered by the World Bank to incubate 50 women in setting up a cooperative in the food sector in Istanbul.
In 2020, in the middle of the pandemia, she moved to Vienna, Austria for personal reasons. She attended the Alpbach Forum and decided to promote the development of strong commitment towards net Zero. She is now studying for the CFA ESG investing certificate, doing consulting and preparing her consultant team to support midcorp to advance their targets.
Sandrine Ramboux has been a speaker at TEDX Bruges, the UNDP Social Good Summit, the Istanbul Social Innovation Summit and Turkonfed/UN Women. She is part of the Responsible Leader Network supported by the BMW Foundation and the Bosch Alumni Network as well as a member of the Global Board Ready Women. Sandrine Ramboux has a Master’s degree in Business Engineering from ICHEC (Brussels, B) and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. She also has a Master of Laws in European and International Law.