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Dr Victoria Hurth Fellow

Dr Victoria  Hurth, Fellow

Victoria is a Fellow of University of Cambridge’s Institute for Sustainability Leadership and a Visiting Fellow of The University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School.


Biography:

Victoria works at the intersect of academia and day-to-day business. She has over 20 years’ experience in marketing, management and sustainability, having previously worked for 3M and Accenture with companies including Marks and Spencer, Cancer Research, J Sainsbury and developing theory as an Associate Professor of Sustainable Business and Marketing.

She has published research papers and thought pieces in journals including: Nature Climate Change, Energy Policy, The New Scientist and Sustainable Development. She is currently Convenor of the first global ISO standard in Governance of Organizations (ISO37000), and co-led the ISO ad-hoc group scoping standards on Indicators for Governance (TC309/AHG5). Victoria is an UNCTAD review panel member for ISAR Honors and was recently a member of the UNCTAD/UNEP Task Force developing a methodology for SDG indicator 12.6.1 and a member of WBCSD’s working group on Governance.  She is the academic lead for Common Ground Research Network’s Climate Change theme and a member of the Scientific Advisory Board for Scientist’s Warning Foundation. Victoria has started a social enterprise and been a board member of a regional social enterprise group and is currently a Non-Executive Director of the organic standards company Soil Association Certification Ltd and FTB Lawsons Ltd.