Mark Meaney, Associate Professor and Executive Director,
Center for Education on Social Responsibility,
The Leeds School of Business,
University of Colorado, Boulder
Mark Meaney, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Ethics and Social Responsibility (CESR) at the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado, Boulder. As Executive Director, Dr. Meaney oversees curriculum development and course delivery, internal and external collaboration, alumni and donor relations, sponsored research and community outreach.
Dr. Meaney is chiefly responsible for stewarding the Leeds family’s mandate that all students receive a meaningful education in business ethics, corporate social responsibility, diversity and inclusion, and sustainability. CESR fulfills this mandate through collaboration on core curriculum, certificate programs, partnerships with ethics centers across campus and around the world, unique leadership development projects, conferences and case competitions.
Before accepting his position with CESR, Dr. Meaney held a faculty appointment at the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley.
Prior to his appointment at Cal, Dr. Meaney held a political appointment with the Daley Administration of the City of Chicago as First Deputy Director of the Office of Ethics and Compliance and Chief Compliance Operations Officer with responsibility for the creation of a first-of-its kind corporate-style ethics and compliance program for a municipality.
In addition to his appointments at Leeds, Dr. Meaney serves as the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (UN PRME) Chapter North America Chairperson and on the UN PRME International Advisory Council.
UN PRME is the first organized relationship between the United Nations and business schools, with over 750+ signatories, worldwide. The mission of PRME is assist business schools in the integration of ethically responsible management education into curriculum development, research, and thought leadership.