PRME Board

PRME Board Members

PRME Nomination & Governance Committee

PRME Finance and Risk Committee

PRME Board Members

PRME Board Members come from all across the globe to advance responsible management education through PRME. They hail diverse expertise, experiences, and perspectives that help govern PRME into the future. Thank you to our Board Members for their dedication to PRME!

To see more on the selection criteria and PRME strategy, click here.

Members

Chair

Ilian  Mihov

Ilian Mihov

Singapore

Dean, INSEAD

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Vice-Chair

Tima  Bansal

Tima Bansal

Canada

Professor, Ivey Business School; Founder, NBS

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Member

Abdullahi  Alim

Abdullahi Alim

Switzerland

Project Manager, The Davos Lab, Global Shapers Community

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Member

Ranjan  Banerjee

Ranjan Banerjee

India

Dean, BITSoM

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Member

Sophie  Charrois

Sophie Charrois

Switzerland

Co-President, oikos International

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Member

Norman  Arruda Filho

Norman Arruda Filho

Brazil

President, ISAE Brazilian Business School

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Member

Elisabeth  Fröhlich-Glantschnig

Elisabeth Fröhlich-Glantschnig

Germany

President, CBS International Business School

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Member

Belinda  Gibbons

Belinda Gibbons

Australia

Senior Lecturer, University of Wollongong

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Member

John  Goodwin

John Goodwin

Denmark

Chair, PRME (i5) Advisory Board; Executive Chairman, The Learning Economy Foundation

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Member

Ann  Harrison

Ann Harrison

United States

Dean, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

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Member

Haifeng  Huang

Haifeng Huang

China

Deputy Secretary-General, Asia Education Forum

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Member

Urs  Jäger

Urs Jäger

Costa Rica

Associate Professor, INCAE Business School; Executive Director, VIVA Idea

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Member

Jikyeong  Kang

Jikyeong Kang

Philippines

President and Dean, Asian Institute of Management

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Member

Andrew  Karolyi

Andrew Karolyi

United States

Dean, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business

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Member

Assylbek  Kozhakhmetov

Assylbek Kozhakhmetov

Kazakhstan

President and Founder, Almaty Management University

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Member

Enase  Okonedo

Enase Okonedo

Nigeria

Vice-Chancellor, Pan-Atlantic University

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Member

Ajit  Parulekar

Ajit Parulekar

India

Director, Center For Social Sensitivity and Action, Goa Institute of Management

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Member

Paul  Polman

Paul Polman

Netherlands

Vice-Chair, UN Global Compact, Co-Author of “Net Positive", CEO, Unilever (2009-19), Co-Founder, IMAGINE

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Member

Bruno  Roche

Bruno Roche

Switzerland

Founder & Executive Director, Economics of Mutuality

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Member

Sobhi  Tawil

Sobhi Tawil

France

Director, Sector Future of Learning and Innovation, UNESCO

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Member

Jim  Walsh

Jim Walsh

United States

Former President, Academy of Management

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Member

Andrew Main Wilson

Andrew Main Wilson

United Kingdom

CEO, AMBA & BGA

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Nominations and Governance Committee

The Nominations and Governance Committee is responsible for

- Identifying and recommending qualified candidates/nominees to serve as Members of the Board

- Reviewing the balance, structure, composition, diversity and successional needs of the Board and its Committees on a regular basis

- Developing and proposing good governance practices and principles applicable to the nature of the PRME initiative and consistent with best practice governance standards

- Identifying and recommending qualified candidates/nominees to serve as the Head of PRME

Members

Member

Elisabeth  Fröhlich-Glantschnig

Elisabeth Fröhlich-Glantschnig

Germany

President, CBS International Business School

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Member

Haifeng  Huang

Haifeng Huang

China

Deputy Secretary-General, Asia Education Forum

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Member

Sophie  Charrois

Sophie Charrois

Switzerland

Co-President, oikos International

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Member

Urs  Jäger

Urs Jäger

Costa Rica

Associate Professor, INCAE Business School; Executive Director, VIVA Idea

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Member

Belinda  Gibbons

Belinda Gibbons

Australia

Senior Lecturer, University of Wollongong

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PRME SIP Impact Sub-Committee

PRME’s Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) reporting on PRME’s Six Principles of Responsible Management Education (RME) has been a productive way of initiating an institutional RME transition and communicating progress to internal and external stakeholders on this journey.

The Sub-Committee on SIP Impact was created and approved by PRME’s Board on 30 November 2020. This Sub-Committee operates under the umbrella of the PRME Board’s Committee on Nomination and Governance. The Sub-Committee serves in a temporary capacity and meets once per month from January – July 2021.

Click here to find the PRME SIP Impact Sub-Committee Terms of Reference.

The purpose of this Sub-Committee is to support and provide PRME Signatories with inspiration for a more precise Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) goal-setting and a more thorough recording system for business school activities and impact on global prosperity and sustainable development in the decade ahead, referred to by the United Nations as the “Decade of Action”. For more information, see the Terms of Reference (to be included once approved).

Members

Member

Wilfred  Mijnahardt

Wilfred Mijnahardt

Policy Director, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam

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Member

Katell  Le Goulven

Katell Le Goulven

Executive Director, Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society at INSEAD

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Member

Antonio  Hautle

Antonio Hautle

Switzerland

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Member

Dagmar  Langeggen

Dagmar Langeggen

Norway

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Member

Gustavo  Loiola

Gustavo Loiola

Brazil

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Member

Molly  MacEachen

Molly MacEachen

United States

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Member

Mette  Morsing

Mette Morsing

Head of PRME, United Nations Global Compact

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Member

Dilip  Mirchandani

Dilip Mirchandani

Professor of Management, Rohrer College of Business, Rowan University

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Member

Heather  Ranson

Heather Ranson

Canada

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Member

Divya  Singhal

Divya Singhal

Professor of Management; Chairperson, Center for Social Sensitivity & Action, Goa Institute of Management

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Member

Jim  Walsh

Jim Walsh

United States

Former President, Academy of Management

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Member

Alec  Wersun

Alec Wersun

PRME Global Chapter Council; Associate Professor, Glasgow School for Business & Society

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Member

Giselle  Weybrecht

Giselle Weybrecht

Australia

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Member

Louise  Whittaker

Louise Whittaker

South Africa

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Chapter Review Sub-Committee

Purpose: The Chapter Review 2020 was a response to the PRME community’s expressed wish to review communication between the PRME Secretariat and the Chapters, within Chapters, as well as between Chapters themselves, in order to ensure balanced development and fair support to current and emerging Chapters.

Tasks:

  • Revise PRME Chapter governance documents (how PRME Chapters are organised and governed)
  • Review the nature of Chapter interaction, knowledge transformation and peer support
  • Review the relationship between PRME Chapters and PRME Secretariat

Outputs: PRME Chapter Review Sub-Committee ToR, revised PRME Chapter MoU, new PRME Chapter Journey, PRME Global Chapter Council ToR, foundations for a revised PRME Chapter Guidelines document

Mandate:

  • The PRME Chapter Review Sub-Committee was appointed in June 2020 by Chair of the PRME Board, Ilian Mihov
  • Served in a temporary capacity until December 2020, meeting every 2 to 3 weeks

Members

Member

Elisabeth  Fröhlich-Glantschnig

Elisabeth Fröhlich-Glantschnig

Germany

President, CBS International Business School

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Member

Alec  Wersun

Alec Wersun

PRME Global Chapter Council; Associate Professor, Glasgow School for Business & Society

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Member

Chandrika  Parmar

Chandrika Parmar

Chair of PRME Chapter India; Associate Professor, SPJIMR, India

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Member

Victoria  Gonzalez

Victoria Gonzalez

Mexico

Professor, CETYS Mexicali; Chair, PRME Chapter Latin America & Caribbean (LAC)

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Finance and Risk Committee

The Finance and Risk Committee is responsible for

- Overseeing the financial management and performance of PRME, the effectiveness of risk management practices of PRME and its resources

- Inspecting any financial or administrative matter that may put PRME at risk

- Reviewing regularly PRME’s financial policies and procedures

- Advising the Board on appropriate steps for PRME to comply with all relevant aspects of law, regulation and good practice

Members

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Andrew Main Wilson

Andrew Main Wilson

United Kingdom

CEO, AMBA & BGA

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Member

Enase  Okonedo

Enase Okonedo

Nigeria

Vice-Chancellor, Pan-Atlantic University

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Member

Jikyeong  Kang

Jikyeong Kang

Philippines

President and Dean, Asian Institute of Management

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Member

Ranjan  Banerjee

Ranjan Banerjee

India

Dean, BITSoM

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Member

Sophie  Charrois

Sophie Charrois

Switzerland

Co-President, oikos International

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