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Rayne Sullivan


Rayne is a climate technologist, legal scholar, and recognized “leader saving our planet” working on accelerating private sector investment for global climate solutions, equitable artificial intelligence, island innovations, and ocean technology.

He is the founder of SEASTORIA, a platform dedicated to driving a nature-positive economy, underpinned by regenerative Indigenous science.

In international climate policy, Rayne served as the United Nations Youth4Climate Delegate for the United States and co-chaired the Youth Policy Advisory Council at the Sustainable Ocean Alliance, as well as advised the Government of Palau at COPs 27 and 28.

He has worked at Google X supporting breakthrough climate and oceans tech for planetary impact. Furthermore, Rayne is an executive advisor at the Oxford Artificial Intelligence Society, where he co-developed the DEI initiative and managed industry partnerships.
As an island climate champion, Rayne catalyzes innovation at high-level events around the world, speaking on climate artificial intelligence at the TED Countdown Summit, presenting on ocean investment at the Deutsche Bank Global Innovation Summit, and delivering industry keynotes for the World Business Council on Sustainable Development and the United Nations.

At Stanford University, Rayne supported the Doerr School of Sustainability’s leadership team in government partnership meetings, advised the Office of Sustainability, and served as a climate AI fellow at the Stanford Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence.

He holds a JD from Stanford Law School, a MSc from the University of Oxford, and a BA from Georgetown University.

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