Institute for Business Ethics
In 2009, the Institute for Business Ethics lists their Trustees as:
- Chris Moorhouse - Chairman. Moorhouse also chairs the Energy Institute GTCs Committee, is a Non-Executive Director with ICE Clear Europe and is an Advisory Council Member of the Christian Association of Business Executives. He formerly served as Chief Executive with BP (He joined the company in 1970). His other previous involvements include serving Oil Trading International, ICE Futures Holdings PLC, and 'influential posts' in the Energy Institute, UK Petroleum Industry Association and the Civil Service Management Board sub-committee on Professional Skills for Government.
- Michael Turner-Samuels - Treasurer. Turner-Samuels also serves as a Principal of N&G Europe (since 1999), was Director of Corporate Development at Thorn plc, Unigate plc and Varity Corporation & Massey Ferguson.
- Harry Branchdale. Branchdale also serves RAF commission and VR service in counter intelligence. His previous involvements include working with BAT, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, BOC, RTZ, J.Lyons, the NHS and as Managing Director for United Biscuits in Germany/Austria
- Jane Collier. Collier is also Senior Research Associate and Fellow at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, and Emeritus Fellow of Lucy Cavendish College. She is also on the editorial board with Business Ethics: a European Review and is a member of IABS, EBEN and ISBEE (business ethics professional bodies), serves CIS and the Oxford and Cambridge Catholic Education Board (OCCEB).
- Tim Cullen. In 1999 Cullen established policy management firm Tim Cullen Associates (TCA), which he continues to serve in the role of Managing Director alongside fellow executive Senior Associate Paul Fisher who joined them from PR giant Ketchum. Prior to this Cullen served as Senior Advisor for External and United Nations Affairs at the World Bank (he joined the World Bank in 1978). His biography describes how his involvements with the World Bank ranged from 'the effort to transform the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe to market economies to the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992'. He also worked in the PR offices with Ford Motor Company Ltd, was Public Affairs Counsellor for Ford Export Corporation and was International Public Affairs Administrator with Continental Bank. In 2009 he is described as being a Commissioner on the Financial Supervision Commission of the Isle of Man Government, an Associate Fellow and Director of the Oxford Programme on Negotiation at the Saïd Business School (a programme he established in 2002) and a Executive Director of the Small Countries Financial Management Centre
- Martin Le Jeune. Le Jeune is co-founder of communications firm Open Road which was declared Winner of Best New Consultancy at the Public Affairs News Awards and was nominated for New Consultancy of the Year at PRWeek Awards in 2008. Le Jeune previous involvements include serving as head of Public Affairs at Sky, as board director and Head of Corporate Responsibility at Fishburn Hedges, as a civil servant in the Cabinet Office and as Head of Public Policy at NatWest.
- Archie Robertson. Robertson also serves as non-executive director with Capita Symonds (since 2009). His previous involvements include serving with the Highways Agency. Before this he spent the first 20 years of his career with BP. He also served as a director with the Environment Agency for England and Wales (1996-2003).
- Sir Peter Walters
- Lord Carey of Clifton
- Elizabeth Filkin Jarvis | Stephen Green HSBC | Dr Peter Harper | Sir Paul Judge | Chris Lendrum CBE | George Mallinckrodt KBE Schroders | Tim Melville-Ross CBE DTZ Holdings; Investors in People | Kate Nealon HBOS | David Pritchard Lloyds TSB | James Ross | Sir Nigel Wicks | The Baroness Wilcox Cadbury Schweppes | Sir Robert Worcester MORI