With our natural world under increasing threat, ClientEarth has real impact in making a difference to the future of our planet and all that live on it. I feel incredibly privileged to be part of this organisation and playing my role in bringing about critical environmental change.
Emily Thomas, Major Gifts Manager, ClientEarth

Emily Thomas

Head of Philanthropy

Emily Thomas joined the London office in July 2018 and has worked in the not-for-profit sector for over a decade.

Prior to beginning at ClientEarth she was at The Natural History Museum, London, working with a variety of trusts and individual donors and was part of the 2017 capital campaign to transform the Museum’s main gallery Hintze Hall.

Emily began her career at The National Trust in 2008 and has since worked at international development and conservation organisations managing and developing multiple funding streams.

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