Leo JohnsonPartner, Disruption Lead at PwC
Leo Johnson leads PwC's Disruption practice and Co-Presents the Radio 4 series “FutureProofing”, exploring the impacts of exponential technologies on Business and Society. Leo is the co-Founder of the advisory firm Sustainable Finance, now part of the PwC group. He is the co-author of “Turnaround Challenge: Business and the City of the Future” (Oxford University Press, 2013) and a Visiting Business Fellow at the Smith School of Enterprise & Environment at Oxford University. He is the co-author of “Turnaround Challenge: Business and the City of the Future” (Oxford University Press, 2013) and the lead author of PwC’s “Low Carbon Economy Index”. Leo is the presenter of the BBC World News programme “One Square Mile”. Formerly with the Technical and Environment Department of the World Bank’s IFC, he is a Judge for the FT Boldness in Business Awards, and a Trustee of the New Economics Foundation and Green Alliance. Alongside speeches ranging from Campus Party to TEDx, he has commented and written guest columns for the Wall Street Journal, Evening Standard, FT and Huffington Post. He is the co-Founder of the Prix Pictet—a Prize for Photography around sustainability issues for which Kofi Annan is the Patron.