My professional experience is mainly within the Banking Industry. With roles spanning Credit & Operational Risk, Policy & Risk Appetite and Continuous Improvement. I have worked on many projects from bringing Lombard Ireland back from closure to a profitable company to working accross teams and
Antonia Butler
20+ Years

Why Oso?

I’ve always loved seeing people succeed and now it’s our time to to help turn the tide for the future of our planet. People who care abut the planet are not in the minority, so now we need a way to come together to make a lasting change. People power can push governments and industry to change, we’ve done it before. Now it’s time to do it again. I love our beautiful oceans and it horrifies me to think there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050. That microplastics have been found in breast milk. That humans kill over 100 million sharks each year. This is not sustainable and we have to do our utmost to make lasting changes for the benefit of the ecosystem and the future generations.


  • 1979 – 1983
Occidental College in LA
  • 1984 – 1987
Columbia University in NY City
  • 1988 – 1992
Entered Harvard Law School
  • 1992 – 2004
University of Chicago School
  • 2004 – 2008
Entered Harvard School
  • 2010 – 2016
Trinity United Church of Christ.

Professional Skills

Crisis Management
90 %
Public Speaking
70 %
Problem Solving
85 %

Diversity of Expereince

The bodies were lying in the streets un-buried. All railroads and vessels carrying food and such things into the great city had ceased runnings and mobs of the hungry poor were pillaging the stores and warehouses. Murder and robbery and drunkenness were everywhere. Already the people had fled from the city by millions at first the rich, in their private motor-cars and dirigibles, and then the great mass of the population.

Objectively innovate empowered manufactured products whereas parallel platforms. Holistically predominate extensible testing procedures. This was followed by a series of projects (the Fides Building, Building in Picassoplatz, SBV Training Centre) in which the tension of construction (implemented primarily through particular ways of working with windows and doors) reveal the studio’s focus on plastic and morphological issues.With Italian influences (A. Rossi, G. Grassi), Diener & Diener’s urban projects aim to “give single large, anonymous constructions a metaphysical presence”.

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