Professor Donna Marshall receives Fellowship of the Institute


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Professor Donna Marshall receives Fellowship of the Institute

12 January 2023

Professor Donna Marshall receives Fellowship of the Institute

We would like to congratulate Professor Donna Marshall on receiving Fellowship to the Institute. The Council of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport may grant fellowships in the case of an individual’s eminence in or outstanding contribution to the industry.

Professor Donna Marshall has researched responsible supply chains for over 25 years. Her research focuses on environmentally and socially sustainable supply chains and procurement practices across the ICT, fashion, food, electronics, medical equipment and pharmaceutical sectors. She has worked with hundreds of companies from the world’s largest brands to start ups and SMEs and advises United Nations, NGOs, companies, industry bodies, governments and the media on supply chain sustainability and supply chain transparency issues.

She is President of International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA); Executive Director of Earth Institute: People, Work Society; and leads Fashion’s Responsible Supply Chain Hub (FReSCH), focusing on cascading sustainability practices up and down fashion supply chains, as well as the knowledge hub and business interface research for BiOrbic (Bioeconomy Research Centre).  

Professor Marshall is ranked among top 25 and top 6 female supply chain researchers in Europe, publishing in high-impact internationally-reviewed journals, such as Sloan Management Review, Journal of Business Ethics, Production and Operations Management, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, Journal of Supply Chain Management and Supply Chain Management International Journal; winning programme funding of €30 million and leading international, interdisciplinary research teams; extensive teaching experience, winning multiple teaching awards and creating and directing top 10 QS-world ranked Masters in Supply Chain Management for 15 years.