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Professors in Practice

Group of business people in a lecture

Professors in Practice are experienced professionals across a wide variety of disciplines and sectors, who share their skills and knowledge directly with students, bringing public distinction and practical insights to the classroom. 

The initiative provides the opportunity for the University’s faculty to directly connect with business practice and public policy, enabling their research to have an actionable, positive impact on society.

Find out more about our business experts

Andrew Harrison

Owner/Director of Invisible Thread and Professor in Practice with the School's Department of Management and Marketing
Andrew Harrison

Carl Hunter OBE

CEO of Coltraco Ultrasonics and Professor in Practice with the School's Department of Management and Marketing
Carl Hunter OBE, professor in practice with the Business School

Danny Griffiths

Chief Human Resources Officer at Britishvolt and Professor in Practice with the School's Department of Management and Marketing
Danny Griffiths, professor in practice with the Business School

Sally Guyer

Global CEO at World Commerce & Contracting and Professor in Practice with the School's Department of Management and Marketing
Sally Guyer, professor in practice with the Business School

Andrew Wright

Independent consultant and Professor in Practice with the School's Department of Management and Marketing
Andrew Wright

Robert Gillespie

Non-executive director of RBS Group Plc, and Professor in Practice for the School's Department of Economics and Finance
Robert Gillespie, Professor in Practice at the Business School

Victoria Saporta

Executive Director, Prudential Policy, Bank of England and Professor in Practice for the School's Department of Economics and Finance
Victoria Saporta, Professor in Practice at the Business School

Emma Edhem

Chairman of the Board for City of London Corporate and Professor in Practice for the School's Department of Economics and Finance
Emma Edhem, professor in practice at the Business School