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Lucinda Watson


Lucinda was born in Maine, and grew up in California. As a teenager the family moved to the UK, and after school Lucinda attended Exeter University graduating with a degree in Archaeology. During the course of her studies, she was lucky enough to have the opportunity to live with an Indigenous Community of Achuar in the Ecuadorian Amazon, learning how life works in a culture that is entirely based around community and nature without fiat currency or technology.
Lucinda initially followed her father’s footsteps into the City, working at several institutions including Rothschild and Slater Investments, however soon left finance to complete her MSc in Sustainable Agriculture.

In 2016, Lucinda met social entrepreneur and powerhouse Caroline Casey, a world-renowned activist in the field of disability inclusion. After an immediate connection over their mutual obsession with horses, Lucinda agreed to work with Caroline on a campaign based around an equine adventure. For the next 18 months, Lucinda travelled and fundraised with Caroline, planning what would turn out to be a 1,500km trek on horseback across Colombia, culminating in the launch of the #Valuable campaign at One Young World.

Lucinda now works in London alongside her father Ian in the family office, focusing on venture capital and social impact investing. She is on the Boards of PYE Global and The Valuable 500, and is on the Advisory Committee of Street Business School.

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