Lindsay is Director of Executive Programmes at CPSL, a role that includes CPSL's executive seminars, its Master's-Level Cambridge accredited programmes and its portfolio of customised leadership programmes for major corporate and public sector clients. Lindsay has over ten years' experience of developing and delivering programmes that help leaders to respond to global issues in ways that reconcile profitability, competitiveness and long term sustainability. She joined CPSL in 2000 following a previous role as Director of Studies at the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation, a think tank focused on the future of the financial services sector.
Beverley works in the executive programmes team, managing delivery of a number of customised programmes, as well as the Sustainability Leadership Programme for the Health Care Sector. Before joining CPSL in February 2011, Beverley spent ten years working in the public sector, in local, regional and then national government, most recently working for the Sustainable Development Commission with a particular focus on education, young people and health policy. She recently authored the publication Improving Young People’s Lives: The role of the environment in building resilience, responsibility and employment chances.
Paul joined CPSL in August 2011 to lead the customised programmes portfolio. Prior to this role, he was a Manager at AccountAbility, a think-tank for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and sustainable development. In this position, Paul provided research and consulting for clients such as the King Khalid Foundation, Saudi Aramco, Microsoft, State Grid and BT. He also led several initiatives to raise awareness of the 'business case' for sustainability, including a landmark project in Saudi Arabia to support business-level action on issues such as gender equality, climate change and supply chain management. Paul also led capacity-building exercises in China, Turkey, Italy, Greece, South Africa, Spain and South Korea, and has authored articles for The Times, HR Magazine and Fortune China. He holds an MSc from the University of Cape Town.
James joined CPSL in September 2011 to work within the Executive Programmes team. His work is split between Accredited Programmes and The Prince of Wales's Business & Sustainability Programme.
Before joining CPSL James supported global firms’ sustainability strategies with primary research and consulting at Verdantix, an independent analyst firm. He started his career researching ecosystem services for The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) review and the Natural Capital Project at the University of Cambridge. James holds an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London and a BA Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge.
Lucy Bigam joined CPSL in August 2010 and is a Senior Project Manager working in the executive programmes team. Lucy has worked on a range of programmes including The Prince of Wales's Business & Sustainability Programme, the Sustainability Leadership in the Built Environment Programme as well as some of Customised Programmes for International clients.
Alex joined CPSL in January 2008 and during this time has worked on a variety of programmes. She has worked on the graduate-study accredited programmes managing both the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business and the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership. She is now part of the customised programmes team developing executive education programmes for some of the largest companies in the world. Prior to joining CPSL she worked at Girton College, Cambridge as the Records Manager and had responsibility for the College’s adherence to Data Protection & Freedom of Information Acts. She also worked at the Royal Household as a Records Assistant. Alex holds a BA (Hons) degree in History from Durham University and an MA in Archives & Records Management from the University of Liverpool.
Jemma Cobbold joined CPSL in 2000 having worked previously in the retail and software industries. She has provided programme and event management support on a number of CPSL's programmes and is currently a Senior Project Manager working on The Prince of Wales's Business & Sustainability Programme and the Climate Innovation Programme. Jemma holds a degree in Psychology and Drama.
Leila is a Project Manager for the Executive Programmes team, specifically now working on customised programmes with clients. Since joining CPSL she has worked across a wide portfolio of projects including a climate change training conference with Al Gore, events on behalf of The Prince of Wales’s Business & Sustainability Programme, and programmes for clients such as the World Bank and Asian Development Bank. Leila also has responsibility for various operational processes and training activities within the team. Leila has had a diverse career – she graduated in Medicine and prior to joining CPSL worked as a medical doctor, both in the UK and overseas.
Elaine Craig joined CPSL in August 2011 and works on the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership and the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business. She holds an MPhil in Land Economy Research and a BA in Land Economy, both from the University of Cambridge.
Louise joined CPSL in 2012 as Programme Manager within Executive Programmes. Louise has worked for over 12 years in corporate communications. Prior to joining CPSL, she worked at Flag Communication, a leading corporate reporting and communications company, where she was a sustainability Account Director. Louise provided consultancy and led reports and communications for a wide range of national and international clients. Previous to working in sustainability, Louise worked in investor relations with a UK and European client base. Louise is a graduate of the University of Oxford, where she read Modern Languages.
Louise joined CPSL in June 2012, and is a Senior Programme Manager within the Executive Programmes team. She is deputy course director for the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership and directs the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business, as well as fostering relationships with other departments within the University of Cambridge. Prior to joining CPSL, Louise spent five years working in local government on various public policy issues, including waste, transport and health. Most recently, she led a large local authority’s strategic policy and financial planning process, and headed up their graduate development programme. Louise holds a BA in Geography, and an MPhil and PhD in Environmental Policy from the University of Cambridge. Her doctoral thesis looked at stakeholder engagement and public participation in UK waste planning and policy.
Before embarking on an academic career Theo spent 15 years working in industry and as a consultant in the fields of environmental management and sustainable development. From 2003 to 2006 he took a career break to undertake research towards a PhD at Cambridge, which involved an investigation into the 'Sustainability Assessment' of mining projects. After another short stint working in industry, Theo returned to Cambridge’s Engineering Department in 2008 as a Senior Research Associate. In this role he oversaw the establishment of an industry-funded research programme into energy efficiency in the built environment, and supervised research by Master's and PhD students. At CPSL Theo's primary responsibility is acting as the Programme Director for the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership.
Sarah joined CPSL in July 2013 to work within the Executive Programmes team, including on the Climate Innovation Programme and The Prince of Wales's Business & Sustainability Programme. Prior to joining CPSL she worked at Carbon Leapfrog, a business-led charity, as Corporate Development Manager, developing relationships with the professional services sector, including FTSE100 companies, to create programmes and broker pro bono support into community-based low carbon projects. Previously, Sarah worked as Project Manager at the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges developing and delivering an international mechanism for embedding corporate social responsibility and behaviour change across the sector. Sarah holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Environmental Science from the University of Manchester and has published articles in the Times Higher Education, the Environmentalist and University Business.
Hanno Hutton joined CPSL's marketing team in March 2007 to work on Al Gore's Climate Project. Since then he has worked on various projects including The Prince of Wales's Business & Sustainability Programme, the Climate Innovation Programme and the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business. Prior to working at CPSL Han worked as a photographer and printed textile designer. Han holds a BA (Hons) in Art History.
Fergus is the Graduate Programmes Manager for the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership at CPSL. He took up this role in January 2014 after three years as a Project Co-ordinator in the Business Platforms team. Fergus was a co-ordinator for the Natural Capital Leaders Platform and has been involved in a wide range of CPSL events and initiatives including the Natural Capital Leadership Compact, Right Value for Externalities collaboration and The Prince of Wales’s Business and Sustainability Programme UK 2012. He holds a BA in Event Management from the University of Derby and a HND in Multimedia Design from The Manchester College.
Ellen joined CPSL in January 2012. Prior to joining CPSL Ellen worked as a co-ordinator for a research grant at the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, and as an Admissions Assistant at Canterbury Christ Church University in Kent. At CPSL, Ellen is part of the Executive Programmes team, assisting with the delivery of a wide range of customised and graduate-study accredited programmes. Ellen holds a BA (Hons) in American Studies with Media and Cultural Studies.
Emma joined CPSL in September 2011. Previously, Emma spent six years working for one of the UK’s leading supermarket retailers as a Customer Service Team Leader. At CPSL, Emma is part of the Executive Programmes Team and assists with the delivery of a wide range of executive and custom programmes. She holds a BA (Hons) in English Language and Literature from the Open University.
Janna works on The Prince of Wales’s Business & Sustainability Programme, the Climate Innovation Programme and the Leadership Programme for Sustainable Development in the Health and Care Sector. Prior to this, Janna worked for China–Britain Business Council on special projects and events, and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office as Deputy Team Leader of the China Bilateral / Internal Team, working on policy development with regard to the UK’s diplomatic relationship with China. She holds a BA (Hons) in Tourism Business Management from the University of Birmingham.
Aris is responsible for CPSL’s open executive education programmes. He specialises in corporate sustainability and helps companies understand the implications and possibilities that sustainability creates for business. He is the global Director for The Prince of Wales's Business & Sustainability Programme that runs seminars in Cambridge, Brussels, Cape Town, Sydney and soon in Sao Paulo and leads CPSL’s programmes on sustainable health and climate innovation. He was previously a senior advisor at the NGO think-tank, AccountAbility where he advised global organisations on leadership and sustainability. He helped General Electric and Merck design and implement their global sustainability and stakeholder engagement strategies and worked with the IFC and the UN Global Compact to promote sustainable finance and business innovation in emerging markets. He is a trained economist and journalist and holds an MSc in international money and banking from the University of Birmingham.
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