At Future Super, we do financial services with a difference.
In just over 3 years, we've empowered thousands of Australians to move nearly a half billion dollars out of investments exposed to harmful industries. At the same time, we've shifted millions into sustainable businesses that are building a better, fairer, renewable energy powered future.
We're always looking for talented, hardworking, energetic people to join our team. If you think your our kind of person and have relevant skills, get in touch today.
Get to know the awesome team you'll be working with.
Simon understands the power of Australians coming together to create change. In his 5 years as National Director for GetUp!, Australia’s leading progressive advocacy group, Simon tripled the organisation’s membership to 640,000. Simon also sat on the inaugural board of the now 100,000 strong Australian Youth Climate Coalition, and was named NSW Young Professional of the Year. In addition to leading large organisations working for progressive change, Simon has worked as a Financial Analyst at NSW Treasury and consulted for organisations as diverse as Bendigo Bank, Asset Owners Disclosure Project, major unions and community groups.
Adam has a long history in ethical investment, with an expertise in superannuation, ESG (environmental, social and governance) research and constructing ethical sharemarket indices. He leads the ethical investment team at Future Super and is a member of the Investment Committee. Prior to founding Future Super, Adam had spent almost 10 years at Australian Ethical Investment as a senior manager in business development and marketing. He is a director at the Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility, an organisation dedicated to shareholder advocacy and engagement. Adam is also portfolio manager for the Thomson Reuters Australian Fossil Fuel Free Index, and a member of the Responsible Investment Committee for the Betashares Global Sustainability Leaders ETF and Betashares Australian Sustainability Leaders ETF.
Kirstin joined Future Super in 2017 from Bain & Company where she specialised in financial services strategy and operations in Australia and Canada. Kirstin is the chair of the Youth Food Movement Australia, founded Aussie Babywearers for Refugees, and previously worked as a lawyer at Freehills where she got her first taste of clean energy project finance.
Andrew joined Future Super in early 2017 having previously held senior marketing roles at Australian Ethical Investment and REST Superannuation. Leading the marketing team at Australian Ethical, Andrew helped double funds under management to over $1.4 billion in 3 years. Andrew also has a long history of social and environmental advocacy, and started his marketing career at Opportunity International - a global microfinance organisation that has helped over 9 million families work their way out of poverty.
Mr. Woodall has been a leader in the development and financing of renewable energy and clean technologies for nearly 25 years. He founded and led two specialist investment banking firms focused on the low carbon economy: Impax Capital (1994) and Climate Change Capital (2002). He has been the adviser, investor or principal in over 90 cleantech transactions with total capital deployed of over US $4.5 billion. Mark has an MBA (Dean’s List) from Cranfield University and was an officer in the British Army. He currently also serves on the board of Carnegie Clean Energy (ASX: CCE) and GreenSync Holdings Pty Ltd.