Hannah Tucker independently researches the disruptive developments giving rise to a modern economy with a focus on food systems. She shares this research through the Balance Point Ventures platform, while applying it in her advisory work with a range of organisations.
Hannah is also the Founder of Disruption Dinner, an experiential events business providing culinary adventures into our changing food system.
Previously, Hannah worked with former U.S. Vice President Al Gore to communicate the investment case for sustainability while at Generation Investment Management.
Prior to Generation, she was a vice president at PIMCO specialised in ESG integration and an economic analyst at Oliver Wyman focused on competition practices.
Hannah is a CFA charter holder and also holds dual masters degrees in business administration and international studies from the Wharton School and Lauder Institute of the University of Pennsylvania.
Delivery of keynote presentations on the rise of the modern economy tailored to audience interest, such as certain sectors (e.g. banking), activities (e.g. investing) or impact areas (e.g. biodiversity)
Participation in panel and roundtable discussions either as a speaker or moderator
Advisory services on strategy and communications offered on a short-term and on-going basis
Particular focus on impact investing, food systems, climate change and technological disruption
Experiential, educational events offered to organisations and private individuals, taking guests on a journey through our changing food system, with a focus on how disruptive changes in climate and technology are reshaping our world
It would be a pleasure to explore ways of collaborating. Please feel free to get in touch using any of the mediums below.
What does the future hold for the iconic industrial cheeseburger? Will it survive the wave of disruption transforming the food system? Click to read Laura Rance’s summary of the Tale of Three Cheeseburgers featured in the Winnipeg Free Press.
Cities and regions around the world are competing to be the leaders in modern food. What areas will come out on top and what will this mean for modern food? This 20-minute opening talk for CityAge explores answers.
In this transformative moment in time, we are testing the bounds of what food means—its very essence—and the role it plays in our lives and all lives. How might we define food at the level of first principles? This content aims to forever change the way you might answer this question.
How do you see the decade ahead and what role do you aspire to play? You’re invited on a 10-minute adventure through the Disruption Decade to explore the answer, while also examining why the next 10-years will usher in a period of economic transformation unprecedented in speed, scale and scope.
Clean Energy Revolution and Pandemic Relief: the Biden Administration makes its first two moves. Which one will we remember looking back on the term ahead? Hannah Tucker joins four leading women in climate to explore this question and others on For a Richer Life.
Are you thinking inside or outside of the ‘Industrial Box’ when it comes to Responsible and ESG investing? This article produced in collaboration with Insight Investment makes a case for why truly sustainable investing requires a systems-lens revealing the disruptive nature of the decade ahead.
Disruption Dinner was delighted to host a culinary adventure into a warmer world at the Grove Hotel in Watford, UK. Click here to watch the 15-minute warm welcome and crash course to learn how disruptive changes in climate and technology are reshaping our food system and lives more broadly.
What is driving ‘meat-free mania’? Hannah Tucker and Catherine Tubb explored this question with the Exponential View community. Click here to read Diana Fox Carney’s commentary on the presentation.