Marianne Haahr is the Executive Director of the Green Digital Finance Alliance (GDFA) a not for profit foundation co-founded by UNEP and the Ant Group with a mission to scale green finance with fintech. Marianne has served on the Informal Technical Working Group to the TNFD specifically on the data workstream to feed into the scoping document of the TNFD. Marianne is serving as a judge on the G-20 and Central Bank of Italy Green Tech Sprint. Marianne has developed input papers to the G-20 Sustainable Finance Working Group and to the UN SG’s Task Force for Digital Financing of the SDG’s. Marianne has also served as advisor to the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Denmark on digital finance in emerging markets, she has also been leading the think tank Sustainia working on opportunities to transition and she started her professional career building micro finance solutions for climate mitigation and adaptation in West and Southern Africa. Marianne holds an M.Sc from the University of Copenhagen.