Phil Allsopp

Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Allsopp brings his executive leadership experience to drive GeoFusion’s mission & values, and to expand its existing lines of business and entry into new vertical markets challenged with mitigating climate change risk. Phil is responsible for leading and overseeing GeoFusion’s expansion into its new industry markets and for ensuring transparent and productive communications among the management of the company, its founders and the governance and compliance responsibilities of its Board of Directors. He is also a Senior Scientist with Arizona State University’s Global Futures Laboratory where his work and research is on improving the spatial DNA of human habitats to address ballooning ecological, social, and economic crises arising from urban growth and accelerating climate change. Phil has been a keynote speaker on topics of healthy cities, smart cities, and the use of parametric computational design systems for urban infrastructures for improving wellbeing and health – “architecture as a public health endeavor”.  His diverse career in the UK & US has spanned government service and the fields of 3D Software applications (BIM + GIS), architecture, public health, system dynamics & management consulting.  Phil’s prior leadership roles include practice directorships at Electronic Data Systems, A.T. Kearney, and Perkins & Will, and CEO roles in the US health insurance industry & with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation based at Taliesin West in Scottsdale. Phil holds a D.Arch from Kingston University, London, UK, and Master of Science in the Public Health field from Columbia University, New York. He is a former United States Public Health Service Fellow assigned to the office of the US Surgeon General and is also a Chartered Member of Britain’s Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA -