About FLINTpro

FLINTpro empowers organisations to effectively manage land-sector greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. FLINTpro simplifies the processing of large and complex data sets, applies the latest scientific and analytical models, and runs advanced simulations. FLINTpro communicates the results in visually compelling ways to policy-makers, stakeholders and scientific program teams.

Our History

FLINTpro Corp (f.k.a. The Mullion Group) is a global leader in land sector analysis systems to support policy, carbon and environmental markets and drive sustainable land management. 

FLINTpro is led by internationally recognized experts with over 20 years of experience as policy developers, scientists, technical advisors, system developers and market analysts. Our staff include lead authors for Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI) and expert reviewers for the U.N. Framework on Climate Change (UNFCCC). We have won numerous science, policy and business prizes for our work. 

The FLINTpro platform brings this experience and expertise to you. Experience shows that there is no one technology that can meet the ever increasing needs of organizations to report across multiple land uses, commodities, and markets. Remote sensing, models, ground data, statistics etc all have a clear role to play, but only by coherently integrating these data can we completely and accurately estimate, report and take action on land sector emissions and national capital. 

FLINTpro was born to address this issue by providing a system to complete this integration. FLINTpro has quickly accomplished global reach and large impact, supporting hundreds of users to understand the impact their organizations are having on land and how to improve in the future. 

The whole FLINTpro team is dedicated to improving our land. FLINTpro continues to evolve, injecting innovation, transparency, and accuracy into environmental reporting of Nature Based solutions that every organisation, and every person with varying skills can use.

“Organizations working toward carbon net-zero goals and transparent and deforestation-free supply chains, rely upon FLINTpro as a climate action solution and reporting tool.”

Dr. Rob Waterworth, Founder & Chief Science and Innovation Officer – FLINTpro

Our Leaders

Tina Morris


As the CEO of world-leading climate change and natural capital accounting solution, FLINTpro, and former Chief Operating Officer of S&P Global Ratings, Tina Morris leverages over 20 years’ experience in corporate finance, and excels in leading global teams, transformational programs and driving systemic change.

Tina previously served as Global Practice Leader for U.S. Public Finance and Global Structured Finance, and before that Global Head of Rating Operations, cultivating valuable market insights and renowned talent for tackling complex challenges, bolstered by meaningful data. Before joining S&P Global, Tina served seven years in the U.S Army, including commanding the 25th Military Police in Hawaii. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.

Tina is passionate about delivering streamlined land sector and GHG emissions reporting to equip global markets with credible climate data and empower key decision makers to achieve net zero through data-informed decision making.

Dr. Rob Waterworth

Founder & Chief Science and Innovation Officer

Dr. Rob Waterworth is a recognized leader in land sector monitoring and management, and Founder and Chief Science and Innovation Officer of world-leading climate change and natural capital accounting solution, FLINTpro.

With a focus on greenhouse gas estimation and policy development, Dr. Waterworth has served as an IPCC author and expert reviewer for multiple technical systems, on national and global levels. He is a recipient of Australia’s prestigious science award, the Eureka Prize, was named in The Australian Top 100 Green List for 2023 and won the Telstra national 2023 Embracing Innovation Award.

His expertise and unwavering dedication to the industry make him a driving force in shaping land sector monitoring, and GHG reporting to help tackle climate change on a global scale and ensure a nature-positive pathway.

Founder & Chief Science and Innovation Officer
Kurt McFarland

Chief Financial Officer

Kurt is an experienced CFO who has spent more than 15 years working in startup, corporate and investment banking environments. Kurt has led finance teams in venture-backed businesses in the US and Australia, including NationBuilder, Expert360 and Kinela. He has an extensive strategic finance skillset, including capital raising, M&A, financial modelling, commercial analysis and executive leadership.

Prior to working with startups Kurt worked on a variety of M&A advisory and principal investment transactions in Australia, UK, Europe and the Middle East. He began his investment banking career with Macquarie Bank (now Macquarie Capital) in the Telecommunications, Media, Entertainment and Technology industry group.

Kurt holds a B.Com (Hons) from the University of Sydney, an MBA from IE Business School and is a CFA Charterholder.

Steve Atkins

Chief Technical Officer

Steve has over 30 years experience in software development, from coding grunt to Director, spanning companies with less than 10 employees to companies with more than 100,000 employees.

Steve has delivered software with over $4 billion in sales and 3 successful exits. He truly enjoys turning a vision into reality, all while building & mentoring teams with the same goal: ship software that makes customers rave.

Robert de Ligt

Senior Director - Science

Rob is a seasoned professional with almost twenty years of experience working in the intersection of science, technical solutions, and climate policy. As Senior Director of Science at FLINTpro, he is responsible for leading the development and implementation of FLINTpro’s solutions for natural capital accounting, specifically in the land use and agriculture sectors.

Rob’s expertise and leadership have been instrumental in designing and delivering FLINTpro functionality and methods, which have helped clients across various industries to assess voluntary carbon credits, conduct farm-level carbon accounting, and implement jurisdictional projects, among others.

Rob’s career has been characterised by his deep understanding of the ways in which science and technical solutions can support climate reporting, accounting, and policy. He has worked across both government and private sectors, providing valuable insights to clients and partners alike. Since joining FLINTpro (formerly Mullion Group) in 2015, Rob has been a driving force behind the company’s success, helping it to become a leader in the field of natural capital accounting.

His contributions have been critical to the development of FLINTpro’s innovative solutions, which have helped organisations around the world to better understand and manage their carbon footprints.

Senior Director - Science
Dr. Natalie Doran-Browne

Director of Science: Agricultural Emissions

Natalie has over 15 years research experience addressing climate change issues in the agricultural industry and expertise with mitigating greenhouse gas emissions, calculating the carbon balance of farms and working towards carbon neutral farming, with a particular focus on livestock systems. Natalie works with a wide range of computer simulation models to explore farm production issues around climate, economic outcomes and the carbon sequestration potential for various farming systems.

Natalie has a Bachelor of Science (Hons) from Monash University and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from The University of Melbourne, on the biophysical and economic impacts of greenhouse gas mitigation from agriculture. She is also the founder of two beekeeping companies and has a passion for improving the resilience of the honey bee population and producing 100% pure Australian honey.

Director - Agricultural Emissions
Geoff Roberts

Director - Forests and Supply Chains

Geoff is an experienced forester with more than 17 years of proven success across public, private, and research organizations in Australia and internationally. He is a leading specialist in national and project level carbon accounting, as well as project level method development.

Geoff’s ability to integrate technical issues into operational policies is a testament to his expertise and dedication. As a valuable member of the team, his skills support the detailed forest carbon accounting within the FLINTpro software solution.

Director - Forests and Supply Chains
Malcolm Francis

Director - Engineering

As a Lead Architect at FLINTpro, Malcolm’s exceptional expertise in systems architecture, design, and development sets the foundation for the company’s success. With over 25 years of experience, Malcolm has honed his skills in large-scale modeling systems, scientific computing, high-performance computing, data modeling and Geographic Information Systems to ensure that FLINTpro’s systems are reliable, efficient, and innovative.

Malcolm’s extensive experience spans across various sectors including government, private enterprise, and consulting industries, where he has delivered high quality complex systems. His unmatched expertise in developing cutting-edge solutions and his ability to lead cross-functional teams make him an invaluable asset to FLINTpro.

As a co-founder, Malcolm is committed to driving FLINTpro’s vision forward, ensuring that the company continues to deliver high-quality solutions that meet the evolving needs of its customers. With his strategic insights and deep technical knowledge, Malcolm ensures that FLINTpro remains at the forefront of innovation in the industry.

Director - Engineering
James Leitch

Director - Data and Analytics

As a co-founder of FLINTpro, Jim leverages his more than 30 years of software development experience across multiple organisations and continents to lead as Director of Data and Analytics. His demonstrated track record includes delivering high-quality projects while collaborating effectively with a diverse range of stakeholders, such as policy makers, scientists, government agencies, and international organisations.

Before FLINTpro, Jim played a key role in developing and achieving success with the Australian carbon accounting system (FullCAM). In addition to his contributions to FullCAM, he has made significant contributions to the technology community by serving as a Lead on the Moja Global Technical Steering Committee, a project under the Linux Foundation.

Since the inception of FLINTpro (formerly Mullion Group), Jim has held various leadership roles in the business, including co-CTO, COO and Financial Controller. Jim has leveraged his extensive expertise and leadership to drive the growth and success of the company. 

Director - Data and Analytics
Oliver Miltenberger

Director - Partnerships and Policy

Oliver is an experienced ecological scientist, policy analyst, and program developer with demonstrated history consulting across industries and program development in international contexts. Oliver is highly fluent in ecosystem service markets, land use practices (agriculture, forestry, protected areas), international climate action including GHG accounting and UN SDG reporting, natural resource management and planning, and technical research and impact assessment methodologies.

He is a PhD candidate in Environmental Economics and MSc degrees in Ecology and International Development with notable accolades including the Harvard Travellers Fund, NASA DEVELOP National Prize for research, National Science Foundation Knowledge-Exchange grant awardee, and International Research Scholar at the University of Melbourne’s Climate & Energy College. Oliver is big-picture oriented and a self-starter with an interest in creating and applying holistic solutions for a better tomorrow. Competent in Spanish and German.

Director - Partnerships and Policy
Margot Sachse

Finance & Operations Manager

Margot brings to the Mullion Group 15+ years of financial management and administration leadership experience with strength in cash flow management and financial process improvement. Her diverse industry experience and adaptability compliments our fast changing operating environment.

Margot is a self-starter and skilled problem solver. Her attention to detail and outstanding organisational skills is valued greatly as we rapidly scale and expand our team, offices, customers and financial transaction volumes. 

Finance & Operations Manager

Board of directors

Dr. James Baker

Board Member

Jim is a scientist, an administrator, and a consultant. He is involved in the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization for the Global Forest Observations Initiative, helping developing countries manage their land sector to become more climate-resilient. Most recently, he was the Senior Strategic Advisor and Director of the Global Forest and Land-Use Program at the Clinton Foundation with forest monitoring projects in Latin America, East Africa, and East Asia. He was the longest serving Administrator of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (1993-2001) leading efforts in application of satellite technology to weather forecasting, climate policy, and ocean protection. He has been an advisor to the World Bank’s Forest Carbon Partnership Facility, a member of the U.S. Commission on Climate and Tropical Forests, and a Visiting Senior Fellow at the London School of Economics.

Jim has also served as the President and CEO of the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia. Before coming to NOAA, he was President of Joint Oceanographic Institutions Incorporated in Washington, DC and the first Dean of the College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences at the University of Washington. He is the author of the book Planet Earth: The View from Space, published by Harvard University Press. He was awarded the Vikram Sarabhai Medal for outstanding contributions to space research in developing countries by the international Committee on Space Research and the Indian Space Research Organization.

Jim has a BS in physics from Stanford University, a PhD in experimental physics from Cornell University, and three honorary degrees. He and his wife live in Washington, DC.

Board Member
B. Holt Thrasher

Board Member

Holt has more than 35 years’ experience in investment banking, information technology, and consulting. He currently is Founder and CEO of Synovia Capital, an investment fund focused on ecosystem management within the data analytics sector. He recently served as Group CEO of Permian Global, a Luxembourg based investment fund focused on climate change mitigation through the effective management of large areas of tropical forest (avoiding deforestation and restoring degraded forests). Prior to Permian Global, he founded and served as Managing Partner of Mooreland Partners, an information technology sector focused investment bank. Holt previously was a Partner at Broadview Holdings, a global merger and acquisition advisory and investment firm.

An active conservationist and nature enthusiast for more than 25 years, Holt currently serves as Trustee and Treasurer of the National Marine Sanctuaries Foundation, supporting the 640,000 square miles of national marine sanctuaries and monuments managed by NOAA and the US Department of Interior. He serves on the President’s Council of CERES, a leading organization championing sustainable investing. Holt is Chairman Emeritus of the National Audubon Society. In 2001, he was a founding member and Chair of the Board of Audubon Connecticut. He then joined Audubon’s National Board and was named Chair in 2008. His leadership played a critical role in advancing Audubon’s legislative, educational and conservation operations; guiding it to re-establish its science based mission to conserve birds and their habitats; and strengthening Audubon’s place as one of the nation’s foremost environmental organisations.

Holt has a B.A. from Colby College and an M.B.A. from the International Institute of Management Development, Switzerland. He and his family live in Greenwich, CT.

Board Member
Jordan Soriot

Board Member

Jordan is the Executive Director at Understorey, an impact-driven family office focused on accelerating solutions for the climate and nature crisis.

He is an active impact investor across early-stage businesses and a passionate advocate for the protection and repair of the natural world. Jordan brings strong design thinking skills from his previous career to environmental challenges and holds a Master of Environment from the University of Melbourne with a focus on Climate Change and Conservation.

Board Member

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