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Shirley-Ann Augustin-Behravesh

Shirley-Ann Augustin-Behravesh

Assistant Professor, Global Sustainable Enterprise, Thunderbird School of Global Management

satab2@thunderbird.asu.edu

Thunderbird School of Global Management
Arizona State University
401 N 1st St
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Titles

  • Senior Global Futures Scientist, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory
  • Assistant Professor, Global Sustainable Enterprise, Thunderbird School of Global Management

Biography

Shirley-Ann Behravesh is an assistant professor in Global Sustainable Enterprise with the Thunderbird School of Global Management.Behravesh is also a senior sustainability scientist with the Global Institute of Sustainability and Innovation. Behravesh holds degrees in management, finance, manufacturing engineering and sustainability. Her research focuses on strategies to encourage adoption of sustainability and innovation practices within organizations and communities. Having grown up on a small island in the Caribbean, she is particularly interested in building resiliant communities through grassroots innovations in small-island states and the developing world. She teaches courses in innovation, entrepreneurship and sustainability. Behravesh works with and advises organizations in the field of sustainability and sits on the Climate Action Advisory Council for the City of Tucson.

Education

  • PhD, Sustainability, Arizona State University, 2017
  • MPhil, Manufacturing Engineering, University of Cambridge, 2006
  • BS, Management with Finance, Minor Information Systems, University of the West Indies, 2004

Expertise

Conference Papers

2015

Augustin-Behravesh, S. 2015. Sustainable business practices, organizational culture and their influence on corporate sustainability performance. UTokyo GPSS-GLI Symposium. UTokyo GPSS-GLI Symposium 2015. Tokyo, Japan.

2012

Spierre Clark, S., E. A. Martin, J. Sadowski, A. Berardy, S. McClintock, S. Augustin-Behravesh, N. Hohman and J. Banna. 2012. An experential pedagogy for sustainability ethics. Proceedings of the American Society of Engineering Education. San Antonio, TX.

Manuscripts

2012

Spierre Clark, S., J. Sadowski, A. Berardy, S. McClintock, S. Augustin-Behravesh, N. Hohman and J. Banna. 2012. An instructor's guide to teaching the Pisces Game for sustainability ethics . Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link )