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Professor Paolo Taticchi, OMRI

Professor at University College London- Supervisor of IMmPACT project

Paolo Taticchi is Professor in Strategy and Sustainability & School Deputy Director (MBA, Global Engagement, Executive Education) at UCL School of Management.

Highly active in executive education, Paolo has trained thousands of managers and executives of Fortune Global 500 companies; and is a sought-after speaker regularly invited to give keynote talks at world-class academic, governmental and industry events.

Paolo’s research on corporate sustainability and performance measurement is internationally recognized. Paolo’s last book is titled “Corporate Sustainability in Practice” and was published in January 2021.

Outside of the academy, Paolo has significant consultancy experience in the fields of strategy, education, and sustainability. He has worked in this capacity for firms of various sizes, and in a range of different industries. Today, he advices (or serves in the advisory board) influential organisations and is one of the scientific advisors of the Ministry for the Ecological Transition in Italy.

He has received numerous awards for the impact of his work. His projects, quotes and opinions have been featured over 350 times in international media outlets. In 2021, Paolo was indicated by Italian’s leading business daily Sole 24 Ore as the most influential Italian under the age of 40.

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Chiara Andreoli

Ph.D. Candidate in Strategy & Sustainability at Copenhagen Business School, Visiting researcher at UCL School of Management - Principal Investigator of the IMmPACT project

Chiara does research about corporate sustainability and social impact measurement. She is an Engaged Scholar, and she is collaborating with practitioners in the Impact Investing ecosystem as part of her PhD studies.
She is specializing in qualitative methodologies, that she is also teaching at Copenhagen Business School. She was involved in teaching activities at University of Rome Tor Vergata, in the Management and Economics department.
She completed her master studies in International Business at Copenhagen Business School. During her master, she worked as an intern at Novo Nordisk, where she developed a particular interest in global value chains and social sustainability.

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Chiara Cremasco

Ph.D. Candidate in Management Engineering at TIRESIA - Politecnico di Milano, Visiting researcher at UCL School of Management - Co-Investigator of the IMmPACT project

Chiara is a Ph.D. Candidate at TIRESIA, the Research Centre for Impact, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Finance of the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano and visiting Ph.D. Candidate at UCL School of Management. She is the co-investigator of the IMmPACT project. Her research is mainly about impact investing, with a focus on the behavioural dynamics of institutional impact investors.

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Dr. Jan Dauman

Founder and Managing Trustee of John Ryder Memorial Trust- Funder of the IMmPACT project

Jan has 40+ years practical experience in international business, corporate finance,

emerging markets, corporate governance and ESG. He is co-founder/CEO of InterMatrix Group, an international strategy/business development/corfin advisory firm, with subsidiaries/affiliates in 15 countries and working with Fortune 200 MNCs. He is pioneer and career-long active involvement in responsible business practices/ESG and their incorporation into every aspect of company operations. Jan is also partner at CET Capital Partners and Independent Director of listed and entrepreneurial companies. He is co-founder and Trustee of IBLF Global, advisory Board member of Ocean14 Capital ($200M impact fund). 

 He has degrees in engineering from Imperial College (1st class hons.), business from Yale University, PhD in economics/management from Brunel/LBS, with thesis on ESG management. Co-author of 2 books: “Business Survival and Social Change – a practical guide to responsibility and partnership”. “Business in Balance – measurement and reporting of non-financial performance”.

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