Celine Beurle is Chief Operating Officer for the global company Future iQ, and is Managing Director of Future iQ’s European company. As part of her extensive work portfolio as COO for Future iQ in 2018, she has organised The Future of Urban Living consultation in partnership with St George’s House.
Celine grew up in Sussex, England and studied at Warwick University, UK, before completing her Master’s degree at University College Cork, Ireland. With an impressive academic background in Sociology and Philosophy, Celine is passionate about understanding and exploring issues and this has led to her ongoing interest in pursuing societal and environmental change. She has drawn upon her research background, to write national policy and scientific papers, as well as key papers and reports for Future iQ. She was sole Policy writer for a key policy area, for the Green Party in Ireland, and was successful in having it subsequently included in the national policy platform, when the party went into government.
Drawing upon her life long passion to instigate societal change, Celine has led many major projects and initiatives within her career, and is passionate about helping to create powerful and effective future strategies at both a local and global level.
Within Future iQ, Celine has led European projects and project managed many numbers of large US future planning regional and urban projects. She has also been successful in expanding Future iQ globally to the UK, Central Europe and South America.