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									         Global Responsibility Initiative
Developing a New Generation of Globally Responsible Leaders


    Member companies & learning organisations and their
                    representatives

            Carlos ARRUDA
            Associate Dean for Research and Development and professor of
            competitiveness and innovation at Fundação Dom Cabral, Brazil.
            He supervises all new developments including new programs, research
            centers, educational solutions and partnerships with international
            business schools.
            With a PhD on international business from Bradford Management
            Center he is a board member of UNICON and of the Arcelor University
            (Luxembourg).

            Henri-Claude de BETTIGNIES
            The AVIVA Chair Professor of Leadership and Responsibility -
            Professor Emeritus of Asian Business and Comparative Managementat
            INSEAD (France)
            The Aviva Chair Professor of Leadership and Responsibility, Professor
            of Asian Business and Comparative Management in INSEAD (France),
            Visiting Professor of International Business in Stanford University,
            teaches Ethics and CSR in both institutions.
            He is interested in corporate transformation and societal change
            through change in business leaders’ mindscape.

            Cláudio BRUZZI BOECHAT
            Professor, researcher and project manager at Fundação Dom Cabral
            (Brazil).
            In the last 3 years, I applied my best willing, energy and professional
            skills in the creation and growing of a sustainability and corporate
            responsibility center. Developing a Brazilian approach in language,
            techniques and motivation has been in the backstage of the initiatives.
            Before, I was in energy business for more than 20 years, as executive
            of a Brazilian electrical utility.

            Milton COSTA FILHO
            General Manager at Petróleo Brasileiro México S. DE R.L DE C. V –
            PETROBRAS (Mexico)
            Chemical Engineer, holds an Msc Degree in Industrial Engineering,
            joined Petrobras 28 years ago. After having different managerial
            positions in different departments of Petrobras, he is currently the
            Advisor to the President.
Peggy CUNNINGHAM
Marie Shantz Teaching Associate Professor of Marketing at Queen’s
University School of Business (Canada)
Dr. Cunningham has been a faculty member at the Queen’s School of
Business since 1989. She developed the two ethics courses taught at
the school 12 years ago. She also founded a new MBA program that
launched successfully last year.
She has a passion for teaching and has received a number of teaching
awards including the PriceWaterhouseCoopers Leaders in Management
Education award (2004), the Academy of Marketing Science
Outstanding Teacher (2001) and the Frank Knox Award for Teaching
Excellence (1993).

Izeusse DIAS BRAGA
Head of International Communications at Petróleo Brasileiro S.A.-
PETROBRAS (Brazil)
Izeusse Dias Braga Junior, born 1946, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, BS in
Economics 1970, MBA in Marketing 1994, International Marketing
Program INSEAD, France 2004, 36 years of experience in 8 different
institutions and companies (Consulting, Eletronics & Energy Industries,
Government, Stock-Exchange, Social Projects). Currently International
Communications Manager for PETROBRAS, representative at the U.N.
Global Compact Office, and Vice-President for ARPEL - Regional
Association of Oil & Gas Companies in Latin America & Caribbean.


Mark DREWELL
Group Executive at Barloworld Limited (South Africa)
Mark Drewell is a group executive at Barloworld Limited and the
member of the executive committee responsible for reputation
management, public affairs and investor relations.


Maryse DUBOULOY
Professor at ESSEC (France)
Maryse Dubouloy, Phd, is professor at ESSEC Business School. She is
Socio-psychologist and psychoanalyst. She teaches Organizational
Behavior and Theory of Personality and trains managers in leadership,
team building and change management. Her research topics are
education, learning and training, high potential managers and change
management (mourning).

Jean-Louis DUQUÉROIX
Director of Communication at Caisse d’Epargne Aquitaine Nord, Groupe
Caissse d’Epargne (France)
Jean-Louis Duquéroix, Communications Manager of Caisse d'Epargne
Aquitaine Nord Cooperative Bank (France), 52 years old, married, 3
children, 3 horses and 4 cats. Jean-Louis holds a HEC manager's
school diploma.
Nick ELLERBY
Director - Whole Person Learning at The Oasis School of Human
Relations (United Kingdom)
As a consequence of the work of the GRL, Nick focuses on what has
become know as whole person learning approaches to leadership,
facilitation and organisational development. He works with business
schools and organisations interested in more radical peer based
approaches to education and research to enhance economic, relational,
social and spiritual aspects of the person, organisation and planet.

Joan FONTRODONA
Professor, Business Ethics Department, Center for Business in Society
at IESE Business School (Spain)
Joan Fontrodona is Assistant Professor of the Department of Business
Ethics at IESE Business School (Barcelona, Spain) and Academic
Director of IESE’s Center for Business in Society. He is General
Secretary of EBEN-Spain, Vice Secretary of the Spanish Association of
the Global Compact (ASEPAM), Member of the Academic Board of the
European Academy of Business in Society (EABIS), and Associate
Researcher of the Instituto Empresa y Humanismo (University of
Navarra, Spain). He is the author and co-author of several books on
business ethics.

Gerald FRYXELL
Professor at China-Europe International Business School – CEIBS
(China)
Gerald FRYXELL has received two Fulbright awards (Tanzania and
Romania) and numerous grants. His most recent research has focused
on sustainable development and intellectual property rights in China.

Joaquin GARRALDA
Vice-Dean for Academic Affairs, Instituto de Empresa (Spain)
Joaquín Garralda is Vice Dean for Academic Affairs at Instituto de
Empresa Business School, complementing his academic focus with
consultancy and board memberships. He holds different positions in
several organizations connected to CSR, including: Ethical Commission
President of the Morgan Stanley Ethical Fund, Secretary of Global
Compact’s Spanish Association and member of the Executive
Committee of the Spanish Association of Economic and Management
Ethics, (EBEN Spain).

Jay HANDELMAN
Associate Professor in Marketing and Director at the Center for
Corporate Social Responsibility, Queen’s University, School of Business
(Canada)

Jay Handelman is an Associate Professor of Marketing and Director of
the Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility at Queen's University,
Canada. Jay's research includes an investigation of consumer activism
and the ways in which corporations strategically respond to activist
attacks against their corporate brands.
Laurence HARRIBEY
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Bordeaux Business School -
Director of the Research Centre "Ethics Management and Sustainable
Development" at Bordeaux Business School (France)
Dr. Laurence Harribey is Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. She
began her career as Secretary General of an International NGO and
worked for ten years at the European level before to begin a career of
researcher in European Politics. She is Director of the Research Centre
“Ethics, Management and Sustainable Development” of Bordeaux
Business School and currently works on the analysis of the public and
private networks confrontation in the emergence of a European
framework on the Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable
Development.

Derick DE JONGH
Director Corporate Citizenship Center, University of South Africa (South
Africa)
Dr Derick de Jongh is founding director of the Centre for Corporate
Citizenship (CCC) in the College of Economic and Management
Sciences, University of South Africa. The vision of the CCC is to be a
global leader in building individual and institutional capacity for
sustainable business and social cohesion. The CCC is recognized in
South Africa and on the African continent as thought leaders in the field
of corporate citizenship.

Hasan Sohaib MURAD
Rector, University of Management and Technology (Pakistan)
Dr. Hasan Sohaib MURAD is Founder Rector of University of
Management and Technology (UMT), Lahore. He is also Chairman of
Association of Management Development Institutions in Pakistan
(AMDIP), a constituent organization of Association of Management
Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA). He is involved in
teaching, consulting, and research as architect of learning for
leadership.

Mohammad NAZIM
Head Communications        Dept.,   University   of   Management     and
Technology (Pakistan)
Mr. Nazim did his Masters in Chemistry from Government College,
Lahore, Pakistan in 1969. He started his career as a research & quality
control scientist but over a period of 35 years worked in diversified
areas thus giving him exceptional skills to be working as consultant,
advisor, trainer and an academician. Presently he is associated with the
University of Management & Technology (School of Business &
economics) and teaching subjects like Communication Skills and Life
and Learning.

Patrick PARIS
General Secretary - Director Development and External Relations at
Lafarge Ciments (France)
After studies in politics and economics, I had my first professional
experience at the Office of the Minister of Industry and then at the
French Employers Federation. Later on I have been appointed to take
charge of communication for Schneider Group and after that for
Thomson Consumer Electronics. Then I had been CEO of a Steel
trading company. I joined Lafarge Group to become the first
Environmental Vice President.
Anthony SAMPSON
Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Aviva plc (United
Kingdom)
Anthony has, for the last 14 years, specialised in CSR-related issues for
the financial sector. He is responsible for developing Aviva's group-
wide CSR program, whilst also participating in, and chairing, a number
of different multi-stakeholder groups in the further development and
understanding of the practice of CSR, both globally and nationally.

Bernard SIONNEAU
Professor, Bordeaux Business School (France)
Professor of International Relations and Strategic Studies and
Coordinator of Research (GRLI) at Bordeaux Business School.
Holds a national Diploma of Habilitation to Direct Research (HDR) in
Political Science, a Doctorate in Business administration and a
Doctorate in North American Studies.

Craig SMITH
Associate Dean of the Full-Time MBA Program and Senior Fellow in
Marketing and Ethics, London Business School (United Kingdom)
His current research projects examine marketing ethics, corporate
responsibility, consumer boycotts, deception in consumer research, and
ethical decision-making in an increasingly global business environment.
His recent publications include: “Why We Boycott: Consumer
Motivations for Boycott Participation” (with J. Klein and A. John)
/Journal of Marketing/ (2004) and “Corporate Social Responsibility:
Whether or How?” /California Management Review/ (2003). Smith
teaches the required Business Ethics and Corporate Social
Responsibility course on the full-time MBA program and the core
Marketing course on the EMBA program. He consults with various
organizations on business and marketing ethics and corporate
responsibility.

Pierre TAPIE
Dean and President, ESSEC Business School (France, Singapore)
He graduated from Ecole Polytechnique in Paris in 1980. Trained as a
scientist in BioPhysics and Biotech (MMS, PhD), he worked in French
public labs and in Sanofi. He did an MBA at INSEAD, and studied
Theology at Catholic Institute of Paris. He has been simultaneously
Dean of a graduate school of Agronomy and CEO of a Venture Capital
Company, then was appointed as President of ESSEC in 2001. He is
Chairman of the French Association of private schools of higher
education, Vice-Chairman of the French Conference des Grandes
Ecoles. He teaches Ethics and lectures on higher education issues. He
published 30 articles first on biology, then on ethics and higher
education.

Esther TRUJILLO GIMENEZ
Corporate Social Responsibility manager at Telefonica (Spain)
Esther Trujillo studied Translation and Public Relations. She has been
working in Telefónica since 1996, with different positions in the Group.
She is presently a manager of corporate responsibility within the
Corporate
Reputation, Brand and CSR Department, where she has been working
since 2001.
Mia VANSTRAELEN
Director of HR Learning, IBM (Based in Belgium)

The training domains covered range from leadership training, sales and
marketing training, professional development training to more IT specific
training as wireless, IT safety and security, operating systems, Linux
and data base systems and management. Mia is also a member of the
IBM Learning Team. In other capacities, she has served with IBM in a
global role as the leader for Solution Strategy and Development in
Insurance industry and Director of Executive, Management & Employee
Development for Europe, Middle East and Africa, early 1993 to 1994.
Mia Vanstraelen graduated from the KULeuven as a Civil Electrical,
Electronics and Mechanical Engineer.


Ambreen WAHEED
Founding Executive Director RBI-Responsible Business Initiatives
(Pakistan)
Ms. Waheed is among the country’s first qualified social auditors. She is
also founding member of the SAARC Alliance for Responsible Business
and the Asia-Pacific CSR Center Group. She serves on the Stakeholder
Council and Board Nominating Committee of the Global Reporting
Initiative, national Steering Board of the United Nations Global
Compact. She is recognized as a CSR expert for the SECP & ICAP
Corporate Governance Committee and serves on the juries of the Asian
Forum Corporate Social Responsibility Awards and the ACCA-WWF
Environmental Reporting Awards. Ms. Waheed has served on
UNCTAD Reporting Review Committee on “CSR indicators for
Corporate Reporting”. She led a pioneering triple bottom-line
demonstration project with UNIDO. She has taught at the Wharton
Business School, University of Pennsylvania and the Business School
at the University of Michigan.

Peter WITHERS
Assistant Dean of the Academic Programs, Pepperdine University,
Graziadio School of Business and Management (California, USA)
He has extensive international experience as a consultant, business
development executive, management school professor and senior
diplomat. Peter Withers has also worked at the UCLA Anderson
Graduate School of Management, Claremont Graduate University and
the University of La Verne. As an advisor and consultant he has worked
with both non-profits and business enterprises providing a range of
applied services.

Michelle WOLFE
CSR Reporting Manager, Aviva plc, UK
Michelle is responsible for communicating Aviva's CSR program
activities, both internally and externally. She has responsibility for
managing the production of the group's annual CSR report, whilst also
managing other key channels of communication.
Terry YOUNG
Director of Global Programs, Pepperdine University, Graziadio School
of Business and Management (California, USA)
Terry Young is a Professor of Economics at Pepperdine University,
Graziadio School of Business and Management. In addition to her
teaching responsibilities, she also serves as the Director of Global
Programs. She has over 20 years of teaching and business experience
in the United States.

MAURIZIO ZOLLO
Associate Professor of Strategy at INSEAD.
His research and teaching activities span corporate development and
social responsibility issues. He is currently serving on the management
committee of the European Academy of Business in Society
(www.eabis.org) and directing the RESPONSE project, the largest EU-
funded research effort on corporate social responsibility to date
(www.insead.edu/CMER/response).
              Special Advisors

Ellen KALLINOWSKY
Senior advisor and Head of Regional Learning Forum, United Nations
Global Compact, (South Africa)
She joined the Global Compact Office in New York as Head of
Learning Forum in 2002. Prior to that, Ellen was a senior expert on
public private partnerships, working as regional coordinator for Africa
in the PPP-programme of the German Development agency GTZ
where she previously gained extensive knowledge on sustainability
and development issues in the Health, Nutrition and Education
department. She headed a technical project on “Community Based
Services” and worked in a family health project in the Kenyan Ministry
of Health. Ellen studied at the RUCA and UFSIA Universities in
Antwerp, Belgium, as well as at the University of Hannover, Germany,
and gained her degree in “International Economics and Diplomatic
Relations”.
Philippe DE WOOT
Professor Emeritus, Université Catholique Louvain (Belgium)
Philippe de Woot was a Harvard Faculty Associate from 1958 to 1959
and Professor at the Université Catholique de Louvain. His research
centres on business strategy, strategic competitiveness of European
companies and senior management roles and attitudes. He has been
Secretary of the European Round Table of Industrialists' Education
work group and has published a large number of books and articles.
He is also a member of the International Academy of Management,
l'Académie Royale de Belgique, a founding member of the Strategic
Management Society and board member of several European
multinational companies. His book "Should Prometheus Be Bound"
was recently published by Palgrave (London, 2005).
                Core Team

Anders ASPLING
Chair of the Global Responsibility Initiative, EFMD Board Member
(Sweden)
Anders Aspling has a background as researcher and lecturer at the
Stockholm School of Economics, where he got his PhD in 1986. His
focus in research and publications is organisation theory, human
resource management and management development.
1988 till 1993 Anders was senior vice-president, responsible for
organisational and human resource development, and member of
the Executive Board for a large international corporation in Sweden.
From 1993 to 2001 Anders held the position of President of the
Swedish Institute of Management - IFL.
At present he is Senior Associate at MiL Institute, Sweden, and
combines that position with duties as board member and expert for
different types of organisations and commissions.

Gay HASKINS
Director External Relations, London Business School (UK)
Her responsibilities include directing the School's Global Advisory
Boards around the world, co-ordinating relationships with other
business schools and the School’s special projects in the Corporate
Responsibility (CR) area. She has also been a member of the
School's Governing Body and Associate Dean of Executive
Education. As well as being a member of the organising team for
the EFMD/UN Global Compact Initiative, Gay is currently managing
London Business School's involvement in the European Association
for Business in Society (EABIS) project on CR curriculum
development. Earlier Gay was Director General of the European
Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).

Björn LARSSON
CEO, The ForeSight Group (Sweden)
• Management team member The Global Responsibility Initiative
• Partner of The ForeSight Group, pioneers of innovation and
  change within large enterprises and licensor worldwide of the
  Intrapreneurship concept
• Board member of The World´s Children´s Prize for The Right´s of
  The Child
• Former Swedish Diplomat with experience in Africa and Asia

Liliana PETRELLA
Director Development Dept., EFMD
With more than 30 years of experience within EFMD, Liliana
Petrella has extensive international exposure. She is a professional
network manager and has worked successfully with partners all
over the world. She is currently the driving force behind EFMD's
development department and was involved in a few of EFMD's most
successful projects: the establishment of the China-Europe
International Business School; the launch of the Global
Responsibility Initiative, gathering global business schools and
companies to design a plan for educating future responsible
leaders; and the development of the EFMD's Entrepreneurship,
Innovation and Small Business Network.
Martine TORFS
Project Manager Global Responsibility Initiative, EFMD
Martine has joined EFMD at the launch of this initiative in 2004,
after having gathered experience in international project
management and external relations at the KULeuven and in a
market entry consultancy firm in Beijing, China. She has a
background in Asian studies and conference interpreting and enjoys
translating Chinese novels.

Geoff TUDHOPE
CEO Mentor, Merryck & Co (UK)
• Management team member of the Global responsibility Initiative
• Business mentor to CEOs with Merryck & Co
• Non- executive director of Cafedirect, the leading UK fair trade
  company
• Former group vice president HR and Executive Management
  Team member of ICI Plc.

								
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