Naomi Alexander Naidoo is a community builder for systems change. She specialises in building networks, communities, and communication strategies on social and environmental issues including gender equality, climate justice, anti-racism, and ethical finance, and particularly focuses on the intersection of technology and social justice. Most recently, she led movement building and partnerships at Chayn, a global nonprofit supporting survivors of abuse across borders through online services and resources.
Naomi is an advisor to the Make My Money Matter campaign and Money Movers, a peer-learning project supporting women to take climate action with their personal finances. Naomi is also a trustee of Kinning Park Complex, a community space in Glasgow.
In 2020, Naomi was recognised as one of the leading BAME voices in the UK environmental movement by Climate Reframe, and was highlighted as a standout star in Innovate Finance’s Women in Fintech powerlist. She has an academic background in moral philosophy and applied ethics, with a particular focus on the ethics of climate change. She holds a first class honours degree from King’s College London and a Master’s Cum Laude from Utrecht University.
Naomi tweets at @nainaydoo.