We wanted to take the time to introduce ourselves – the people behind sustainability at King’s! You can find the most up-to-date list of staff members here.

Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.


King’s Climate & Sustainability team

President & Principal’s Office

Directorate of Estates & Facilities

Research Management & Innovation Directorate 

The sustainability team in research at King’s College London spearheads the integration of sustainable practices into the university’s research activities, operations and infrastructure. The Infrastructure team leads on the delivery of an ambitious project to sustainably increase biobanking and cold storage capacity in support of the Health Schools.

All members of staff are full-time, except for the Programme Director (0.8 FTE), one Senior Climate and Sustainability Officer (0.4 FTE), and the KEATS Sustainability Module Assistant (0.2 FTE).

In addition, several staff members across the university have responsibility for social or environmental sustainability, including:

Ellie Wilson, Head of Strategic Communications: Ellie steers communications for King’s local, national and global social impact, as well as its climate and sustainability ambitions.

Declan Mulkeen, Director of Research Strategy: Declan provides expertise on the climate and sustainability research landscape and leads the coordination of the King’s Climate & Sustainability Seed Fund.

Service at King’s: Service describes our commitment to society both through and beyond the traditional roles of education and research. The Service team within the President & Principal’s office support and implement projects that deliver on our commitments to social impact, including King’s Sanctuary Programme and King’s Volunteering. Find out more about the Service team and their work here.

London: The London team within the President & Principal’s office is responsible for building robust and effective relationships with partners across London and supporting King’s faculties and directorates as they deliver on King’s commitment to be a civic university at the heart of London. Information on the team and contact details can be found here.


Some staff introductions…

Nicola Hogan – Sustainability Manager (Operations)

Nicola’s main responsibility is ensuring King’s continues to be accredited with the environmental management system ISO14001 and that sustainability is built into the design and construction of any new buildings and refurbishments across the estate. Nicola also manages several other and varied aspects of environmental operations at King’s ensuring each of the campuses environmental footprint remains a small as practicable. Prior to joining the team, Nicola worked at Goldsmiths, University of London, the EAUC and the University of Limerick – in both managerial and research roles. 


Jone de Roode Jauregi – Senior Climate and Sustainability Officer

Jone supports our work around climate action including leading the King’s Climate Action Network and the development and implementation of the Climate & Sustainability Plan. She also looks after the Sustainability blog and newsletter.

She completed her BSc in International Management at King’s in 2021, during which time she was actively involved in the King’s CAN as a sub-group member and team volunteer.


Rachel Harrington-Abrams – Senior Climate and Sustainability Officer

Rachel supports our work coordinating climate-related research and education across the university as part of the King’s Climate & Sustainability Action Plan. 

She is also a PhD student in the Department of Geography, researching the multilateral governance of climate change adaptation decision-making, and works in the Sustainability team alongside her PhD for two days a week. 


Rosa Roe Garcia – Climate and Sustainability Officer

Picture of RosaRosa runs the Sustainability Champions programme. She also manages the Sustainability Team’s social media platforms, assisting with the production of Podcasts, and developing digital educational content.

In 2021, she graduated from King’s with a BA in philosophy. She was an active member of the King’s Extinction Rebellion and is still involved in environmental activism in London.



Julie Allen – Heat Decarbonisation Programme Lead

Julie ensures projects within Estates & Facilities are aligned with our heat decarbonisation efforts.