Dr Ann Parchment
Ann Parchment is a Fellow of Higher Education with an MA in Professional education and training from the UCL Institute of Education. She has research interests in the identification and mitigation of risks across disciplines. Ann has led modules at UCL School of Management on (1) Personal and Professional development and (2) Consulting and Research. She has been a visiting lecturer at Cranfield University on Risk Management for Carbon Capture and Storage since 2013. Ann has developed a novel method for cross-disciplinary hazard identification as part of her PhD from Cranfield University. She brings a wealth of practical risk management experience gained from working for public and private sector clients over a period of 25 years in the insurance sector. As Senior Vice President and UK Environmental Practice Leader at Marsh Ltd she developed a team and business model to provide financial solutions for insurable and uninsurable exposures which was applied to mergers and acquisitions, manufacturing operations, waste, energy and water infrastructure projects. Ann has an MBA from Cass Business School and a postgraduate diploma from University of Surrey in Environmental Management and Health. She has a BA (Hons) in Business Studies and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Insurance. As a member of the Society of Risk Analysts she has presented at iNTeg-Risk Stuttgart 2013, SRA-E Conferences Istanbul 2014 and Bath 2016.