Meet the Judges
Meet the global business leaders judging the 2022 Shell LiveWIRE Top Ten Innovators Awards.
Fano Alfian Ardyansyah, Director, Ailesh Power, Managing Director, Ailesh Green, and Advisor, AGEV, Indonesia.
Fano graduated in industrial engineering at Universitas Gadjah Mada. He is interested in renewable energy, environmental improvement, sustainability, bio-economy, and digitalization. His specialisations are project management, product design and development, green supply chain management, and life cycle thinking. Today, he is also actively a part of the CHub Incubation Program. In addition, he is currently a Vice-Chairman of the Agricultural Sector Department, Indonesia Biomass Energy Society for 2020-2024, and a member of the Green Hydrogen Compact.
Judging category: Environmental Sustainability
Shedron Collins, General Manager Youth Business Trinidad and Tobago (YBTT), Trinidad and Tobago.
Shedron’s background is in economics and project management. He has worked for YBTT for the past 13 years, empowering people to build businesses. As General Manager, he uses the power of the Business Model Canvas and Design Thinking, to support entrepreneurs in solving real-world problems. As a Rotarian, current Club President, and an amateur chess coach, he creates a social impact in the community, ensuring the next generation has a better life.
Judging category: Social Impact
Sreejeeta Datta, Head of Social Investment at Shell, UK.
Sreejeeta’s 24 years of professional experience, predominantly in Asia and Africa, spans commercial and sustainability roles in the energy and infrastructure sector. Today, she sets the global strategy and framework for Social Investment at Shell, leading the design and delivery of Shell’s global programmes in access to energy, STEM, skills and entrepreneurship. Sreejeeta is a strong believer in the power of business to drive sustainable social impact and brings her business experience and commercial discipline to solving sustainability challenges.
Judging categories: Social Impact and Outstanding Implementing Partner
Anthony Harte, Head of Social Performance, Shell UK, UK.
Anthony leads Social Performance for Shell in the UK and is responsible for delivering a new social impact commitment, "Generation Net Zero" to deploy £100m to power lives through jobs and skills in the UK with a focus on the energy transition. Anthony has been recognised for his contributions to ESG and Diversity and Inclusion with several industry awards, including the Lord Mayor’s Heart of the City Award.
Judging category: Outstanding Implementing Partner
Michael Korn, Founder and Non-Executive Director, KwickScreen and CEO, MyWings, UK.
In 2009, Michael invented and founded a retractable partition product for hospitals. Today it is used in every NHS Trust and helping them achieve Net-Zero. KwickScreen is a medical innovation manufacturing business based in Lewisham, London designing and supplying hygienic interior products for hospitals worldwide. Michael has recently started a social enterprise business to support neurodiversity in business. He won the Shell LiveWIRE Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2011.
Judging category: Business Innovation
Doug McLean, Strategic Advisor, DAI, USA.
Doug joined DAI in 1992 and has spent the last 30 years designing and managing economic growth projects, managing a DAI training subsidiary, and building DAI talent in international locations. In recent years, he has taken the lead in creating DAI’s Innovation into Action Challenge and Acceleration programmes, advising on ways to strengthen supply chains and launching coding programmes to expand the diversity of women and underrepresented groups in the tech industry.
Judging categories: Social Impact, Environmental Sustainability, and Business Innovation
Kristina McMillan, CEO and co-founder, Argyle Earth, USA.
Kristina is the CEO and co-founder of Argyle Earth, an early-stage renewable energy company focused on converting low-temperature waste heat to power for industrial manufacturing. She is a thought leader, author, and speaker on topics such as innovative B2B go-to-market strategies, sales development, sales and marketing technology, and lead generation. She has 20 years of tech startup experience. Kristina is also an active advisor and mentor to startups and non-profits.
Judging category: Environmental Sustainability
Kyle Newell, Managing Director, Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE), USA.
Kyle brings a broad spectrum of developing solutions to grow and scale solutions that enterprises have created to address key societal issues. He has been an investor, an entrepreneur, and an adviser to agriculture enterprises. Working with leading enterprises, he has developed technical solutions to address the industry's critical challenges. He has worked with non-profits, governmental organisations, and enterprises globally in more than 40 countries, including in Latin America, Africa, and Asia.
Judging categories: Business Innovation and Outstanding Implementing Partner
Zaki Raheem, Director, DAI Sustainable Business Group, USA.
Zaki Leads DAI Sustainable Business Group’s corporate and foundation-funded entrepreneurship and innovation programmes. He hosts training and workshops for entrepreneurs and small businesses in emerging, frontier and rural markets, designs startup boot camps, innovation challenges and pitch events with investors and funders, and facilitates training-of-trainers for accelerators and incubators. Zaki is an Adjunct Professor of MSME Development and Entrepreneurship Competition Advisor at Columbia University.
Judging categories: Outstanding Implementing Partner and Environmental Sustainability