MADELINE R. YOUNG
Corporate Ethics & Governance Adviser | Associate Lecturer
University of Surrey, United Kingdom
Corporate Ethics Adviser to executive board level business stakeholders, local and federal governments officials in the UK, EU, and Africa. Specialist in corporate corruption prevention in government relations, particular expertise in the Extractive Industries in Africa.
Currently lecturing on business decision making, while also conducting research for a PhD in Business & Management Studies in the Business Sustainability Department at University of Surrey Business School and acting as PhD Research Assistant at Cambridge University in the Arts & Humanities Department.
Specialist in international government relations, compliance, anti corruption, strategic stakeholder engagement, social impact assessments, transparency, public social welfare, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and private-public sector development.
Multilingual specialist with a Master’s degree in International Relations, Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences, and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Industrial Conflict Studies
Programmes leader for major organisations in the corporate, public, academic, and NGO sectors as well as international development initiatives supported by the private sector.
Publications on CSR, natural resource management, extractive industries, anti-corruption, transparency, EU-Africa relations, and civil society advocacy.
Exceptional public speaking and writing skills, regular appearances in the press, industry conferences, and government functions.
CSR Columnist at Financial Nigeria Magazine since October 2012.
Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Fraud Examiners (ACFE. 2015)
Member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (MCIPR, 2014)
Member of Women in Mining (WIM, 2012)
Member of Chatham House (2010)