Episode 13 - Emily Flood


For our thirteenth episode, we sit down with Emily Flood, Ethical Investment Analyst at Future Super, Australia’s first fossil-free superannuation fund which invests ethically to create a more sustainable future.


Together we discuss the vast potential for superannuation funds to be used as a force of good, the ethical investment principles of Future Super, grappling with privilege and perfectionism in the social impact space in particular and entering a career pathway beyond your area of study.

“When you look at super and the sheer size of what it can achieve in the world…and the fact that I don’t even have to put aside $1000 because that money is already being put aside for me… I have a resource that I can use that to make the world better.”

CW: suicide ideation.


Disclaimer: Project Lantern is an independent organisation that does not hold any commercial partnerships. This content is not designed to act as financial advice of any kind. Please consult all Product Disclosure Statements and/or expert advice prior to choosing a superannuation fund.

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You can find out more about Future Super on their website or on their Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or LinkedIn.


Emily has kindly agreed to share her email address for listeners who may want to connect or ask additional questions, you can contact her on emily@myfuturesuper.com.au.

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