Conservation and Markets
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Sabine leads Moore’s conservation and markets team, overseeing the foundation’s work on decoupling food production from ecosystem degradation by aligning market incentives with conservation outcomes.
Sabine’s career as a finance professional has spanned the public and private sectors with a focus on sustainability/climate change and developing countries. Most recently, she was the group sustainability officer of Germany-based Deutsche Bank AG and worked with senior management on the step-wise integration of sustainability and financial goals.
Previously, Sabine was a director at the Institute of International Finance (IIF), leading the work to improve conditions for private investment in developing countries. She started her career as an economist at the International Monetary Fund working in Africa, Eastern Europe and the Caribbean.
Sabine earned a PhD in economics from Harvard University and a M.A. in economics (Diplom Volkswirt) from the University of Mannheim, Germany.