Johana Dunlop has been deeply committed to business, environment and society issues since 1997. Her expertise is both strategic and technical and applies to many aspects of social and environmental performance in relations to large international business.
In addition, she has a genuine capacity to explore new subjects and to persuade, mobilize and inspire others for a better quality of life on the planet.
Johana is an oil and gas industry professional with 30 years international experience within sustainability, risk management and community outreach. She held various management positions at Schlumberger, until 2017 when she acted as Director, Sustainability Integration. She led the development of the Society of Petroleum Engineers International sustainability strategy, founded its Sustainability Technical Section (2,000+ members), and in 2017 was appointed a three-year term serving on the international SPE Board as Technical Director, leading the HSE and Sustainability disciplines during which she founded the SPE Gaia Sustainability Programme.
During her career, Johana also led the transformation of the Schlumberger Foundation into a strategic philanthropic vehicle, which resulted in a portfolio of programmes, including the Faculty for the Future flagship programme funding and supporting women scientists from developing countries.
Her education background draws on business, risk management and the liberal arts with an A.I.R.M from the Institute of Risk Management in the UK, an M.Sc. Management from Boston University and a B.A. with Honors in French and Classics from Trinity College in Dublin.
At CEDEP, Johana combines her expertise with strong conviction, and knowledge of designing and implementing programmes for a positive impact. She is the Programme Director of the social entrepreneurship programme Live for Good, and the initiator of the SPE-CEDEP Safety Leadership Academy.