Meet the team
Meet the team that drive the sustainability initiatives here at Winchester.
Professor Neil Marriott
Neil is the member of the Senior Management Team with responsibility for Environment and Sustainability within the University. In his prior role as Dean of the Winchester Business School Neil was responsible for initiating the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) at Winchester.
Head of Environment and Building Services
Mat has overall responsibility for the Energy, Environment and Maintenance portfolios within the Department of Estates and Facilities. Mat is responsible for the strategic direction of both sections of the department, ensuring that the Maintenance strategy contributes to the wider carbon and environmental management agenda. Mat is full time.
Tel: +44 (0)1962 827647
Energy and Environment Manager
Susan is responsible for managing the University’s environmental impact. This encompasses managing the carbon reduction programme, energy efficiency and procurement, waste management, water efficiency and procurement, biodiversity, travel and transport along with implementation of the University’s Environment Management System. Susan’s role is full-time.
Tel: +44 (0)1962 841515
Education for Sustainable Development Co-ordinator
Anthony is responsible for student and staff engagement with Education for Sustainable Development, supporting the University and Students’ Union to embed sustainability throughout the formal, informal and subliminal curricula. He is currently working on obtaining NUS Responsible Futures accreditation for the University, coordinating best practice around sustainability. Anthony is full-time. He works 70% of the time for the Sustainability Team and 30% of the time for the Students’ Union, supporting the elected Ethical and Environment Officer to develop the sustainability agenda.
Tel: +44 (0)1962 624519
Energy and Estates Technician
Adam is responsible for managing the University Energy Management System, running the university utility contracts, tenant billing, energy management and the installation of new energy meters across the campus. He is currently training to be a qualified Display Energy Certificate assessor. Adam is full-time and works 50% of the time for the Sustainability Team and 50% of the time for Projects Team as the Estates Technician.
Tel: +44 (0)1962 826461
Professor Carole Parkes
Carole is Professor of Winchester University Business School (a PRME Champion School) and has both a business and academic background. In addition to being Chair of the PRME Regional Chapter UK & Ireland, Carole is a member the PRME Advisory Group, an editor of publications for the Fighting Poverty as a Challenge for Management Education PRME Working Group, Chair of the UK Sustainability Literacy Test Group and in 2015, a 'Researcher in Residence' at PRME in New York. Carole is also a Fellow of the EAUC.
Tel: +44 (0)1962 827687
Dr Tammi Sinha
Director Centre for Climate Change Education and Communication
Senior Lecturer Operations and Project Management
Tammi is the Director of the University’s Centre for Climate Change Education and Communication, driving forward interdisciplinary work to promote climate action, mitigation and adaption and inspire the University community and wider public to engage in climate action. Tammi is a Lean practitioner and a seasoned facilitator and leads an Improvement Community of Practice, which brings together change management professionals from all sectors to embed continuous improvement and Lean principles into their work.
Tel: +44 (0)1962 827211
Climate Change Education and Communication PhD Student
Nadya is undertaking a full-time PhD on silo mentality in relation to embedding interdisciplinary climate change education within the context of PRME and the Sustainable Development Goals. Nadya is particularly interested in Systems Thinking, Systems Dynamics, Organisational Ambidexterity and Responsible Management.
Single Use Plastic Engagament and Mapping Coordinator
The Single Use Plastic Engagement and Mapping Coordinator works to increase awareness and engagement with initiatives to eliminate single use plastics. This position is held by a current Winchester student Steve Hallett, studying for his Masters in Liberal Arts with a focus on the philosophy of politics and the environment.