Andrew Charlton
Andrew Charlton
Founder and Managing Director
AlphaBeta (part of Accenture)
Andrew has senior experience in business, government and international institutions. Andrew holds a Doctorate and Masters in Economics from the University of Oxford, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar. From 2008-2010, through the period of the global financial crisis, he served as senior economic advisor to the Prime Minister of Australia and Australia’s senior government official to the G20 economic summits. He was the prime minister’s representative to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). From 2010-2014 he worked for the conglomerate Wesfarmers, including two years in corporate strategy (M&A and major group projects) and two years in operational roles (divisional CFO and General Manager). Andrew is the author of two books, Ozonomics (2007) and Fair Trade for All (2005), co-written with Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz. He is a Young Global Leader by the WEF.