Co-Founder, Executive Chair since 2019 / Power Ledger
Dr Jemma Green is a former investment banker now working in the fields of energy policy, sustainability and blockchain technology. She was a 40under40 award winner in 2016.
She spent 11 years working at JP Morgan in London as an investment banker. While there, she completed a Masters degree and two postgraduate diplomas from Cambridge University. She returned to Perth in 2013 and helped set up a retail super fund, Future Super and her consulting business, The Green Enterprise.
She works as a Research Fellow at the Curtin University Sustainable Policy (CUSP) Institute, where she is completing a PhD.
She is the chair and co-founder of Perth company Power Ledger, which uses blockchain technology to allow households and buildings to trade excess solar power peer-to-peer. In September 2017, Power Ledger launched Australia’s first Initial Coin Offering (ICO), which involves the auction of tradeable tokens to the public. Dr Green is also the chair of Climate-KIC Australia, a founder of the Global Blockchain Business Council and a contributor to Forbes on blockchain disruption.
Dr Green was a councillor and deputy lord mayor at the City of Perth, and board member of the Water Corporation from July 2017 to December 2020.