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Professor Carole Parkes

Chair

Carole Parkes is Professor of Management - Global Issues and Responsible Management at Winchester University Business School (a PRME Champion School) and has both a business and academic background. In addition to being Chair of the PRME Regional Chapter UK & Ireland, Carole is a member the PRME Advisory Group, an editor of publications for the Fighting Poverty as a Challenge for Management Education PRME Working Group, Chair of the UK Sustainability Literacy Test Group and in 2015, a ‘Researcher in Residence’ at PRME in New York. Carole was previously Director of Social Responsibility & Sustainability at Aston University, where she developed and led ethics, responsibility and sustainability across all schools in the University. In 2017, she became Guest Editor for the PRME 10th Anniversary Special Issue of the International Journal of Management Education. 

 

Dr Alec Wersun

Vice Chair/Treasurer

 

Alec is Senior Lecturer in Strategy and International Business at Glasgow Caledonian University, where he serves as Co-Chair of the University PRME Leadership Team. Alec acts as a Champion in GCU’s active engagement with, and commitment to, the Principles for Responsible Management Education. This is reflected in his role as a member of the United Nations PRME Advisory Committee, and GCU representative in the PRME Champions Group. Alec is an active member of the PRME Working Group on SIP Reporting; a member of the Working Group on Anti-Poverty and he recently Co-edited the 1st UK and Ireland Inspirational Guide for Implementation for the Principles for Responsible Management Education (Greenleaf Publishing, 2014).

 

 

 Julie O'Donnell

 

As the accreditation and assurance officer at DCU Business School I manage accreditation projects and audits for our numerous agreements with international organisations and professional bodies including AACSB, EPAS, CIPD and ACCA. I also lead the faculty database system at DCU Business School. My research interests are in the areas of accreditation value and awareness. DCU Business School enjoy an excellent working relationship with PRME and we are developing this further by collaborating on initiatives around responsible management education

 

David Clemson

Secretary

David is Senior Lecturer, Business & Sustainability, at London South Bank University (LSBU). Before his career in academia, David was involved in risk management and investment, organisational change & development and management consulting. His main research areas are in risk, organisational stability, crisis management and simulations, technical analysis, socionomics (social mood phenomenology), sustainability and transformative education.

He is a Steering Group Partner of the London Regional Centre of Expertise for Education for Sustainable Development (UNU-IAS) with particular responsibility for Sustainable Business Practices, Co-Chair of LSBU’s Sustainable Development Group and Chair of the Innovative Teaching & Learning working group of the COPERNICUS Alliance and LSBU project lead of the UE4SD project (www.ue4sd.eu/) 

 

 

 Dr Alex Hope

 PhD, MA, AIEMA,MCMI, FHEA

Website Moderator

Dr Alex Hope is Senior Lecturer in Business Ethics at Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University. He undertakes teaching, research and consultancy across topics such as responsible business, sustainable development, corporate social responsibility, energy policy and business ethics. He is co-convener of the Responsible Business research group, Director of General Business Programmes and leads the school’s Responsible Management Education project. Alongside his work at Newcastle Business School, Alex is an Associate Lecturer at the Open University tutoring Environmental Management modules. He holds a PhD in Sustainable development and BSc (Hons) in Environmental Management and prior to his academic career worked in retail management, local government and sustainability consultancy. 

  

 

Dr Sheila Killian

Research Co-ordinator

Sheila is the Director for Principles of Responsible Management Education and Assistant Dean of Research at Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick. She previously worked as a tax advisor with Ernst & Young, KPMG and Arthur Andersen & Co, in the aviation finance industry, and in IT. Sheila has a primary degree in mathematics, a masters degree in business studies, professional qualifications in accounting and taxation and a PhD in taxation. She has published widely in academic journals, and is the author of Corporate Social Responsibility: a Guide with Irish Experiences published in 2012.

 

Dr Anja Schaefer

Conference, Workshops, Events and Activities

Anja Schaefer gained her PhD on the topic of ‘country of origin effects on consumer product evaluations’ from the University of Buckingham in 1996. Since then she worked as a research associate on a project on ‘environmental management and strategy in UK utilities’ at Manchester Business School, before taking up an appointment as Lecturer in Marketing at King’s College in London. She moved to the Open University in 2004, where she is currently Senior Lecturer in Management. Her research has mostly focused on corporate social responsibility and sustainability, with projects in the areas of environmental strategy and management in utility companies, industry wide approaches to CSR, sustainable consumption, public policy for corporate social responsibility, and sustainability in small and medium sized enterprises. Her teaching has spanned marketing, strategy and business ethics and corporate social responsibility. She is currently on the steering committee of the UK & Ireland Chapter of the UK Principles for Responsible Management Education initiative.

 

 

 Steve Kenzie  

 Steve is the Executive Director of the UN Global Compact Network UK. The UN Global Compact is the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative; a leadership platform for organisations committed to promoting responsible business practices. The UK Network implements a programme of activity that includes events, training, and advocacy, to maximise engagement of UK-based signatories with the initiative. Steve was previously the Vice-Chair of the UNGC’s Local Networks Advisory Group. He is currently a member of the  Steering Group of UK Stakeholders for Sustainable Development (UKSSD) and AMNT’s Red Line Voting working group. 

Steve has an B.Comm from the University of British Columbia and an MSC in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London.

 

 

Dr Paul Cashian

Learning and Teaching  Associate Dean (Student Experience), Faculty of Business and Law, Coventry University.

 

Paul Caulfield

Pedagogy

Paul Caulfield is the Director of MBA in CSR with the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ICCSR) at Nottingham University Business School. His research and teaching interests include Corporate Responsibility and new strategies for Sustainability: Corporate Community Investments, Employee Volunteering, Base of Pyramid, Social Enterprise, Eco‐entrepreneurship and Sustainable Business Design.


Paul’s academic work is built upon experience gained in Strategic Planning and Corporate Responsibility with major UK Corporates, where he was responsible for European strategic planning and for community investment and engagement strategy focusing on improving sustainable interventions. Paul has operational experience of MNC and NGO operations in the developing world covering sustainable business development and capability building in Angola, Russia, Vietnam and Bangladesh. Paul is on the Advisory Panel of the Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability where he focuses on professional career development.

 

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Tessa Valentine

Chapter Administrator