Mrs Brenda Marin
Associate Lecturer in Management
Brenda Marin joined the School of Management in March 2018 as an Associate Lecturer. Prior to this appointment she spent a dozen years in the corporate and third sectors as a consultant and executive, living and working in the USA, UK, Germany and Africa. With extensive global expertise in international business, strategy, and organisational psychology, Brenda has created and implemented corporate curriculums in change management, hiring and firing, employee and labor relations, and group dynamics. She has managed departments from eight employees to 1,500, led the human capital components of multi-million dollar government infrastructure projects in the Global South, and her consulting work has taken her to six continents where she has delivered numerous trainings on social responsibility and civic engagement to the United Nations, US Congress, British and Australian Parliaments, Salvation Army, and for-profit companies and non-profit charities of various sizes. Brenda is currently completing her PhD in Psychology at the University of St Andrews with a focus on social identity theory.
- MN2001 Management and Society
- MN2002 Management Analysis
- MN4100 Contemporary Issues in Management
- MN5421 Managing People in Global Markets