Annabel Beerel, MBA, Ph.D.

Professor Beerel received her doctorate in religious studies and social ethics at Boston University in 2003, following a Master of Theological Studies at the Weston School of Theology in Cambridge, MA and an MBA from Cranfield Institute of Technology in the UK in 1984. She has a background in accounting and business and financial management, including instructional experience at a number of institutions of higher learning--Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Tufts University, Brandeis University, and Suffolk University.

Among her many publications are several texts: Silence is Not Golden: The Shadow Side of Corporate America; Leadership Through Strategic Planning; several Expert Systems texts; and The Realities of Raising Business Finance. She has contributed chapters to business books, including "Mergers and Acquisitions" and "Raising Finance" in Business Fact Finder, edited by Hano Johannson. Articles she has written have appeared in a number of prestigious professional publications and journals, including the Leadership & Organization Development Journal, Business Front, Accountancy: Journal of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales; and International Correspondent Banker.

Dr. Beerel is currently the Acting Chair of the Christos and Mary Papoutsy Distinguished Chair in Ethics at Southern New Hampshire University.View her abbreviated CV. This chair was established in 2001 through an endowment from Christos and Mary Papoutsy, one of only a handful of institutions of higher learning in the nation that will devote such significant resources to programs emphasizing ethics in education. The chair will serve as the cornerstone for an integrated university program in business ethics that encompasses the undergraduate and graduate levels. Its mission is to promote and enhance awarness of ethics among students and members of the community and to assist in the application of lessons taught by current and classical ethicists to 21st-century settings.

HCS readers are invited to read articles of hers that appear on the site:

Ethics Begins at the Top: What This Really Means
Ethics in Organizations: the Unconscious at Work (in four parts)
The Ethics of Conflict: A Mosque, a Steeple, a Minaret
The Non-Ethics of the Financial Bailout (October 2008)
Women, Leadership, and Ethics: A Discussion Hosted by the Christos & Mary Papoutsy Distinguished Chair in Ethics at Southern New Hampshire University

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