Dr. Liza Howe-Walsh
Liza is recognised internationally for her research into International Human Resources and Women's Leadership development. She is a Member of the of The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, a Senior fellow of the HEA, a member of the Journal of Global Mobility Editorial Advisory Group and has won a number of international awards, including Emerald Best International Symposium (2014, Academy of Management, Philadelphia) and Emerald Literati Awards (2017). Liza was a finalist for the Forum for Expatriate Management, the EMEA Global Mobility award 'Thought leadership research study of the year' for her work into Repatriation.

Liza is co-chair for the University Athena SWAN committee and part of the Women's Executive Leadership Team for the International Leadership Association (USA). Additionally, Liza is a mentor for the Girl's Network.

Liza's international experience has led to research interests into the development of leaders and in particular the development of women in leadership roles. Liza is an Aurora role model and supports several women through mentoring in the UK and Middle East within HE and broader society.

Liza gained extensive international HR management and consultancy experience, following a commercial career in International Human Resources for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as a Global Mobility Solutions Manager as well as consulting for the University. Liza's consulting experience has included: Diversity and inclusion strategies for recruitment in Emergency services. HR strategy development within Europe, Middle East, USA and Canada. Assessing global competencies to develop future women leaders in the Middle East. Workshops to develop women's career progression in STEM.

Liza has widely published in top tier journals including, International Journal of HRM, Journal of Business Research, Journal of International Management, Journal of Global Mobility and Studies in Higher Education.