Editorial from the Editor-in-Chief: People Matter!
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|Wendy M. Purcell PhD FRSA (pronouns: she, her, hers), Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University. She leads research on global leadership and governance for sustainable transformation in various business sectors and higher education, and directs the Sustainable Development Solutions Group. Wendy is an Emeritus Professor and President Vice-Chancellor Emerita (UK university, 2007–2015), taking it to the top 1% of world universities. The former Non-Executive Director to the UK Government’s Department of Business, Innovation and Skills, and Chair of its Nominations (Talent) Committee, she advises the Cabinet Office on talent and diversity. She is an expert adviser to and Board Member of a range of global boards and charities, and is a registered Coach. [email protected] https://scholar.harvard.edu/wendypurcell; https://connects.catalyst.harvard.edu/Profiles/display/Person/152606.|
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