Leadership and Management PhD alumni profiles

Most of our doctoral graduates obtain faculty positions at universities all over the world. A smaller number work as consultants in the public or private sector. Find out what they think of the research environment in the department.

Country

Year

Shehla Arifeen

PhD in Management Learning & Leadership, 2015

After juggling family life and an academic career, Shehla joined LUMS for a PhD on the career experiences of British Pakistani women in professional roles in the UK.

Alex Kevill

PhD in Management Learning & Leadership, 2015

After three degrees at Lancaster, Alex has taken up a lectureship at the University of Huddersfield.

Chris Dalton

PhD Management Learning & Leadership, 2013

Chris studied for his PhD part-time while working at Henley Business School.

Stephen Allen

PhD in Management Learning & Leadership, 2012

Stephen's PhD examined issues in sustainability. Having made the shift from private sector to academia, he is now a lecturer at Hull University Business School.

Monique Cikaliuk

PhD in Management Learning & Leadership, 2012

Monique is now a research fellow in the New Zealand Leadership Institute at the University of Auckland.

Irina Mikhailava

PhD in Management Learning & Leadership, 2012

Irina's PhD looked at how organisations absorb and assimilate external knowledge. She now works at VU University Amsterdam.

Selen Kars-Unluoglu

PhD in Management Learning & Leadership, 2011

Selen is now a lecturer at UWE Bristol.

Aini Ahmad

PhD Management Learning & Leadership, 2011

Aini undertook her PhD to advance her career at the Universiti Malaysia Pahang.

Marc Stigter

PhD Management Learning & Leadership, 2011

Marc studied for his PhD part-time and as an overseas student.

Cheryl Brook

PhD in Management Learning & Leadership, 2010

Cheryl did her PhD part-time while working in the NHS, and took action learning in that setting as her focus.

Nigel Peyton

PhD Management Learning & Leadership, 2009

Nigel is now a bishop in the Scottish Episcopal Church. His PhD research focused on the experience of priesthood in the Church of England.