OPEN Fellows

Our Fellows come from a wide variety of business and technical disciplines, but they all share one thing in common. They are well established internationally in their areas of subject matter expertise and can be relied upon for providing cutting edge thinking for teaching, faculty development and consultancy in relation to the SDGs and sustainable business.

OPEN Ecosystem Map

Our Fellows come from a wide variety of business and technical disciplines, but they all share one thing in common. They are well established internationally in their areas of subject matter expertise and can be relied upon for providing cutting edge thinking for teaching, faculty development and consultancy in relation to the SDGs and sustainable business.

Explore the system in depth through the filters, allowing you to explore the fellows by interest/geography/expertise, and by clicking their photo to view their basic information and a link to their fellow page.


OPEN – A Global Network of Fellows

Below is an is a map outlining the geographic location of OPEN fellows. Zoom in to see more specific locations in areas that are clustered.


Directory

Below is the directory of fellows, sorted alphabetically. Click on their image to view their page. The map above should be used to direct you towards Fellows of interest.

Surname A – D

Daniel Abowe, Uganda
Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment 

Kathleen Allen, USA
Allen and Associates

Barb Altman, USA
Texas A&M University – Central Texas
Janis Balda, USA
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Wes Balda, USA
The Simeon Institute

David Bevan, Malta
St Martins Institute of Higher Education
Graham Boyd, Belgium
EvoluteSix
Harriette Brainard, USA
Retteworks Consulting
Catherine Cameron, UK
Agulhas Applied Knowledge
Tony Cooke, UK
ChangeHackers
Ward Crawford, UK
Cocogit

Surname E – H

Eleftheria (Ella) Egel, Germany
Navigating Transformation Consultancy
Tammy Esteves, USA
Troy University
Jody Fry, USA
Texas A&M University-Central Texas
Leo Gilliard, Switzerland
WWF Switzerland
Vinay Gonela, USA
Texas A&M University-Central Texas
Kathryn Goldman Schuyler, USA
Coherent Change
Eban Goodstein, USA
Bard College
Jonathan Gosling, UK
Pelumbra Ltd
Stuart Hart, USA
University of Vermont
Ella Henry, New Zealand
Aukland University of Technology

Surname I – L

Chris Ives, UK
University of Nottingham
Jean-Paul Jeanrenaud, UK
Business School Lausanne
Gary Kass, UK
Natural England
Henry Leveson-Gower, UK
Promoting Economic Pluralism
Sally Jeanrenaud, UK
Independant
John Jermier, USA
University of South Florida

Surname M – P

Steve Martin, UK
Nottingham University
Taryn Mead, USA
Western Colorado University
Ron Nahser, USA
Presidio Graduate School
Nick Mount, UK
Nottingham University
Jonny Norton, UK
Bounce Beyond
Leyla Orudzheva, USA
Texas A&M University-Central Texas
Basanna Patagundi, India
SLX Learning

Surname Q – U

Glenda Raven, South Africa
WWF South Africa
Laura Reave, Canada
Forest City Surplus
Isabel Romanoczy, USA
PRME Working Group
Abigail Schneider, USA
Regis University
Marie-Nicole Schuster, Germany
EvoluteSix
Isabel Sebastian, Australia
University of Technology Sydney
Anne Sluhan, USA
Texas A&M University – Central Texas
Kim Smith, USA
Portland Community College
Robert Sroufe, USA
Duquesne University MBA Sustainability Program
Julia Storberg-Walker, USA
George Washington University
Meghna Tare, USA
University of Texas at Arlington
Shiv Tripathi, India
Atmiya University

Surname V – Z

Francis Vorhies, UK
African Wildlife Economy Institute
Sandra Waddock, USA
Boston College
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