Risilience, the leading climate-tech platform for corporations and financial institutions, has announced today the appointment of Lisa Stanton to the role of Chief Revenue Officer. Stanton was most recently Global Head of Sales and Customer Service for Moody’s ESG, Climate and Sustainable Finance businesses.
Stanton joined Moody’s via its acquisition in 2020 of climate risk data and analytics firm Four Twenty Seven where, as Chief Revenue Officer, she established and grew its sales operations globally.
Andrew Coburn, CEO and founder, Risilience, said: ‘We are delighted that Lisa has joined our fast-growing team.
‘Lisa’s experience in managing professional sales operations in the growth stage of a business comes to us at a pivotal time as Risilience focuses on expanding into the US and other global territories. Her knowledge and experience of solutions sales for ESG and climate analytics in our target markets make Lisa the perfect addition to bring our leading climate technology to corporations, governments and financial institutions that are serious about the transition to a low-carbon economy.’
Lisa Stanton, CRO, Risilience, added: ‘I’m thrilled to be joining the Risilience team at such a crucial stage in its growth.
‘Climate analytics and technology is rapidly evolving to meet the growing demand for reliable insights into the impacts of climate change. Risilience’s experienced team of climate and financial modelers, and industry-leading products, is perfectly positioned to deliver transformational results for our clients, and ultimately for our global community.’
In her early career, Stanton worked in asset management, leading teams at Barra, AXA Rosenberg, and BlackRock.
She is based in San Francisco, California, and will report to Risilience CEO Andrew Coburn.