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WMG Alumni Biographies - Green Week 2020

'Meet the Alumni' event - Sustainability

For our 'Meet the Alumni' event as part of Green Week we are delighted to welcome the following alumni to be part of our round table event, discussing the topic of sustainability in industry.

Satwik Mehta, Engineering Director – Operations and Systems

Satwik joined HSSMI in 2016 with significant experience of working as Manufacturing Engineering Manager in Volkswagen focussed on New Product and Process Introduction.

Satwik has extensive experience working with automation and integration of new machinery and systems. Alongside this, Satwik participated in developing investment strategies for new projects, products and production lines.

Satwik holds an MSc in Manufacturing Systems Engineering from the University of Warwick and a Bachelors of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pune.

Devika Jina, Communications Manager - Cities,States and Regions

Devika Jina is Communications Manager for Cities, States and Regions at global environmental nonprofit, CDP. After completing a thesis on measuring sustainability in projects while at WMG, she was determined to pursue a career in the field.

She is also an author, and her second book “The Extraordinary Life of Greta Thunberg” will be published on 28th May

Caroline Holman, FIET, PIEMA, MEMA, Energy & Carbon Consultant

Energy & Carbon Consultant at E&REC Caroline is a Bachelor of Engineering graduate of Kingston University with 30 years automotive experience covering Process Engineering, Production Management, Supply Chain / Logistics, Corporate Social Responsibility, Energy & Carbon Management, Facilities Management and more recently General Management (electrical & data network contract engineering with Actemium - part of Vinci Energies UK & RoI).

As well as leading large scale transformational projects including low carbon technologies from feasibility (technical and commercial) to delivery, she has also acted as an internal consultant on regulatory compliance (ESOS, SECR etc.), government consultations and advising property and operational teams on BREEAM (Energy), Energy Management (ISO50001), whole life cost / impact, resilience (Enterprise Risk Management – ERM), infrastructure optimisation and energy saving project planning and investment.

In January 2020 Caroline set up her own business E&REC as a freelance energy and sustainability specialist.

Caroline is a Practitioner with the Institute of Environmental Managers & Assessor (IEMA), Fellow of the Institute of Engineering Technology (IET) and a registered mentor with both the IET and the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE); supporting and coaching young engineers through Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and ultimately professional registration.