Staff Profiles: Marketing

Acheampong Charles Afriyie

Acheampong Charles Afriyie

Academic Course Leader: Accounting and Finance (Undergraduate)

Accounting and Finance

Charles is actively researching, teaching and providing consultancy services in finance. He provides cutting-edge knowledge and competences to students and clients.

Sam Copland

Sam Copland

Lecturer in Marketing

Marketing

Business Studies

Sam has a high level of expertise in SEO, PPC, Social advertising, UK measurement, CRM integration and digital content. Most recently VR and embedded 360 content using emerging technologies.

Magdalena Gonzalez Triay

Magdalena Gonzalez Triay

Senior Lecturer

Marketing

My research interests are in green marketing, pro-environmental behaviour (PEB), various consumption choices, consumer behaviour and marketing strategy applied to different contexts.

Celia Lawson-Pegg

Celia Lawson-Pegg

Senior Lecturer

Business Studies

Leisure Industries Management

Having completed her own postgraduate diploma in HRM as a work based learning student in 2014, Celia can empathise with those who are maintaining a full time career and home life with studies.

Rachel Vieira

Rachel Vieira

Course Leader in Marketing and Retail

Marketing

Rachel has always loved retail and following her MA worked as a buyer in the fashion industry. Inspiring and encouraging the next generation motivates her to lecture and engage with students.

Dr. Lily Wang

Dr. Lily Wang

MSc Marketing Course Leader

Marketing

Lily's interest in marketing is the creativity and innovation involved in every step. She is a senior lecturer in Marketing and teaches on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Lily is also the course leader for MSc Marketing.

Dr. Jun Zhang

Dr. Jun Zhang

Senior Lecturer in International Management and Trade

Business Studies

International business is exciting and rewarding, however, it is very risky too. Jun's knowledge of cross-cultural management has helped British expatriate managers to avoid culture shock at pre-transferral stage prior to their movement to China.