In her role as the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) Coordinator, Susan has been actively involved in the development of sustainability and corporate responsibility within the undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA curriculum. She supports colleagues in the development of sustainability and responsibility within management education, including methods and activities for the inclusion of PRME-related issues within the school.
Susan studied Mathematical Economics at the University of Birmingham before training as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst and Young. Following completion of an Executive MBA at the University of Bath, Susan worked as a principal consultant at board level in the utilities sector. Extensive audit and commercial experience has led to Susan’s interest in Corporate Social Responsibility.
Susan is an active member of the Responsible and Sustainable Business Group. She has a particular interest in Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility well as interdisciplinary teaching expertise in Education for Sustainable Development.
Susan is a member of The Academy of Business in Society (ABIS), Business in the Community (BiTC) and the UK and Ireland United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Chapter. Susan is acting as a panel member of the BiTC Experian Building Stronger Communities Award for Responsible Business 2017.
Sponsors and collaborators
Innovate UK Circular Economy: Business Models Competition in collaboration with Cranfield University and Ministry of Wool ltd.
Susan’s doctoral studies were funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. In addition, her MSc in Social Science Research Methods was funded by the European Commission.See all of Susan Hill's publications...