Co-Founder & CEO
Henrietta Moon is the CEO and co-founder of Carbo Culture, drawing down CO2 and storing it in a functional, stable form for thousands of years. Carbo Culture’s biochars are used in urban applications and namely in circulating carbon within a city: by converting green waste into carbons with an agile patented process, and redirecting the carbons into the soil, the city can grow a CO2 bank while extending their green infra survivability and life, and getting rid of the waste in an eco-friendly way. Originally from Finland, Henrietta speaks five languages and has lived in four countries. Henrietta is recognised as a World Economic Forum ‘Global Shaper’ and from 2016-2018 she was a board member of a publicly traded electronics company (Nasdaq omx Hel: YEINT). She was the youngest person in the country to have a non-family tied seat in a company on the stock exchange. Her prior experience includes growing two organisations in edtech: helping to catapult Rails Girls to global scale with over 300+ cities on all continents, and founding Mehackit.org, a creative technology company. She studied economics and international relations at the Vienna University of Business and Economics and at Aalto University in Espoo, Finland. She’s an alumna of Aalto Entrepreneurship Society, Singularity University Global Solutions Program held at NASA Ames Research Center and Stanford’s StartX. She is also a certified Sea Captain and loves to be outdoors.