Emily Anderson

The Martec Group

Emily Anderson first started with The Martec Group in 2014, and has since grown to a key leadership position in Martec’s automotive practice. Her specialties include market sizing and segmentation, competitive intelligence, market due diligence, and data analytics in the automotive consumer, OE, and aftermarket spaces, among others. A graduate of the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University, Emily also worked in marketing and data analytics for Chevrolet at General Motors.

Andy Baul-Lewis


Andy is an experienced marketing consultant and planning manager, with over 25 years’ involvement in IT, Telecoms and Consulting. He joined BSRIA in 2018 to deliver consultancy services, managing their private-client project portfolio.

For BSRIA Andy has managed and participated in projects including; identifying M&A targets in the HVAC sector, market dynamics in Building controls and market sizing for Heating products in the Middle East.

Prior to BSRIA Andy worked at Nokia MEA, Vodafone Group, Microsoft UK and Ooredoo Oman in roles involving strategy development, market insight, market and competitor intelligence, business planning, network rollout and general team management and transformation projects. He also has agency-side experience at Gartner, IDC and Frost & Sullivan, managing projects and research programs for the ICT industry.

Dr Luis Tercero

Head of Business Unit Systemic Risks, Fraunhofer Institute

Dr. TERCERO is head of the Business Unit Systemic Risks and coordinates all work related to materials and raw materials at Fraunhofer ISI in Karlsruhe, Germany. Starting 2009, he has managed or been actively involved in a variety of projects (German, EU, Industry) related to critical raw materials, raw material supply and demand, changing demand through emerging technologies, dynamic modelling of material flows, raw materials policy and resource efficiency. He had a leading role in supporting the Ad-hoc Working Group on Defining Critical Raw Materials (2009–2010 and 2013–2014) in the context of the EU Raw Materials Initiative, and is currently a member of the Operational Groups of the European Innovation Partnership (EIP) on Raw Materials. He received his formal training as a chemical engineer (B.Sc., M.Sc., Dr.-Ing.) in Nicaragua, the USA and Germany.

Andrea Vaccari

Product Stewardship Director, Freeport-McMoRan Inc

Andrea Vaccari is Product Stewardship Director at Freeport-McMoRan Inc., where she works across the copper value chain with operations, suppliers, customers, and other stakeholders to improve the sustainability aspects of the company’s products. Andrea was previously Director of ICA’s Health, Environment and Sustainable Development (HESD) Program, creating and executing strategies to support copper’s contribution to sustainable development. This included leading a team of scientists and engineers to align a robust body of leading metals science with the actions needed to confirm its global acceptance, ensuring market access and maintaining license to operate for members. This role included leading the development of the Copper Mark concept and program, an assurance program dedicated to promoting SDG12 in the mining industry.

During her tenure at Rio Tinto, Andrea served as Global Quality Manager for Rio Tinto Minerals where she was responsible for the organization’s Quality Program and team, including the company’s production and finished product laboratories. In her first two roles at Rio Tinto Minerals, she led the implementation of Rio Tinto Minerals’ Sustainable Development strategy across all facets of the business, from mine to market.

Andrea holds a Joint Honors Degree, B.E.S., in Environment and Resource Studies and Physical Geography from the University of Waterloo, Canada. She is a Mining Topic Expert for the Responsible Jewelry Council, the Mining & Metals subject editor for the International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, and Vice Chair of E60.80, ASTM’s General Sustainability Subcommittee.