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Discover a variety of professional and personal journeys of achievement in these interview features with some of our LUMS graduates.
Nearly twenty years ago, Amaro Gomes graduated from LUMS. Now he is a Board Member at the International Accounting Standards Board and is being honoured with an Alumni Award.
Marketing graduate Andy Unsworth talks about how his journey has led him to work for one of the UK's top charities.
‘We live in mad times’ was a statement both challenged and reinforced by Antony Burgmans at this year’s Professor Sir Roland Smith CEO Lecture, ‘Leadership in Turbulent Times’.
Recently appointed Head of the UK Task Force Hurricane Irma (and Maria), Chris Austin CBE (MBA, 1993) is based in Barbados overseeing the UK efforts in British Virgin Islands, Turks and Caicos, and Anguilla regions. Here, he reflects on his recent deployment to Afghanistan.
Orall Cornelius, author of "Murder Your Mortgage in Seven Years", talks about how it all started in an Economics lecture at Lancaster.
Ronke Lawal works to promote the achievements of people like herself who were born in the UK, but whose heritage lies abroad.
Former MBA student Masanori Otake reflects on how the programme helped him become a better manager.
Former MBA student Wendy Ellis reflects on how the course prepared her for her role as the head of an international school.
MBA graduate Henrietta Blyth talks about her role helping those in need in "dark and difficult" places.
Nauman Mirza, founder of EatOye!, talks about his venture, its acquisition by Foodpanda and how the MBA helped him.
Heroic alumnus Gavin Reid recalls how his LUMS studies helped him in a dangerous situation.
Human dynamo Olufunke Amobi - affectionately known as Funke - talks about her experience as an MBA alumna and the newest member of LUMS Advisory Board.
For some, a career in policing would be enough, but Ian Hesketh also finds time to research police well-being at Lancaster University.
Every time there is a terrorist incident anywhere in the world, Stephen Ebanks wonders where the money came from to finance it.
Lancaster University Management School alumna Katerina Gavrielidou has received a Queen's Young Leaders Award, for her work on youth policy and youth empowerment in Cyprus.
Collette Roche talks about how studying Management at Lancaster helped her career to take off.
MBA alumnus Jamie Ramsden talks about how Lancaster helped him become a top global leadership guru.
Eric Sim regards the money he spent on his Masters degree in Finance at Lancaster University to be one of the most lucrative investments he ever made - and not just in cash terms.
Acting as a mentor this year to not just one but nine current Lancaster students, Economics and Politics alumnus Ian Newman is a shining example of alumni generosity and of the mutual benefits of mentoring.
Meet the LUMS alumnus using his business knowledge to help accelerate scientific advances.
LUMS alumnus Ian Govendir talks about how the things he learned as a marketing student at Lancaster have helped him set up his own charity, AIDS Orphan.
It could be argued that Paul Taylor, President and Chief Executive of leading global ratings agency, the Fitch Group, owes his job to fencing. He is sure that what he learned in captaining Lancaster University’s Fencing Club as an undergraduate gave him his first stab at a job in finance - a world he still finds fascinating.
Christoph Israng, who graduated from LUMS in 1995, discusses his work as a diplomat at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.
LUMS graduate Mark Branson is head of the Swiss financial regulatory body FINMA. In this feature he reflects on banking regulation, and on his time at Lancaster.