Neil Broadfoot is the Communications Manager for Revenue Scotland. A former journalist, he has provided PR and communications advice to a range of public and private clients from local and national government to emergency services, transport bodies and City fund managers.
Dr Jillian Gordon is a Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at the Adam Smith Business School. Jillian’s research specialism is in entrepreneurial philanthropy and wealth recycling. Jillian has an expertise in experiential learning programmes and has worked closely with the entrepreneurial community across Scotland to deliver applied learning opportunities for students. She teaches on the Business and Ethics course, as well as across a portfolio of entrepreneurship courses in the Adam Smith Business School.
Josue Ortega is a PhD researcher at the University of Glasgow. He is an associated member of the UK Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, and an affiliate of the Scottish Graduate Programme in Economics. He holds an MSc from the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna, and a BSc cum laude from the University of Guanajuato in Mexico.
Dr Sabina Seibert has been a Senior Lecturer in Management at the University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School since 2010. With her background in linguistics, literature and cultural studies, she started her career as a tutor in British culture in the University of Łód, and a tutor in Slavonic culture at the University of Glasgow. She now teaches in the areas of change management, organisational behaviour and human resource management, and acts as a Convenor of the MSc Management Professional Pathway programme.
Bart Taub joined the University of Glasgow in 2013 as Professor of Financial Economics within the Adam Smith Business School. He received his BA from the University of Michigan and his PhD from the University of Chicago. His recent academic appointments include the University of Illinois and the University of Durham, with visiting appointments at the University of Chicago and New York University. He has published articles on monetary economics, growth theory, trade theory, the behaviour of firms and the functioning of stock markets, with a primary focus on how commitment and communication influence outcomes.
Phil Taylor is the University of Glasgow’s Internal Communications Manager. After working in newspapers he spent 30 years working in broadcast news with the BBC. More recently he worked for the Scottish Crop Research Institute in Dundee as Head of Communications.
Danture Wickramasinghe is Professor of Management Accounting at the University of Glasgow. He joined Glasgow after research and teaching at the Universities of Manchester and Hull. Previously, he has taught management accounting and related subjects at the University of Colombo (Sri Lanka) and the University of Ruhuna (Sri Lanka), and had a visiting appointment at Paris-Dauphine University, France.