Supriya Singh admitted to the Club of Rome

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The expert of corporate sustainability strategy Supriya Singh at FAU has been inducted into the Club of Rome.

Meet the expert of corporate sustainability strategy at FAU has been inducted into the Club of Rome

Supriya Singh is an Indian expert of corporate sustainability strategy. Now she has been invited into the Club of Rome think tank, which advocates for broader societal and planetary wellbeing.

Supriya Singh, Doctoral Researcher – Business and Human Rights, Chair for Corporate Sustainability Management, FAU, has been inducted into the Club of Rome. The international non-profit organization based in Switzerland was founded in 1968 and is committed to a sustainable future for humanity. Its 100 members are select and distinguished scientists, businessmen, high-ranking officials and former heads of state from around the world.

Singh’s work and research focus on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy, leadership, learning and partnership. With CSR, companies commit themselves to sustainable development. Economic, environmental, business and social factors are all taken into account.

About Supriya Singh

Supriya is currently on an academic sojourn, carrying out doctoral research on learning within multi-stakeholder partnerships for sustainability transformations at FAU. She also serves as a board member of the Zurich based, 36×36 Association dedicated to creating a network of women changemakers invested in transforming the current discourse on economy and sustainability. She holds a Diploma in Business Sustainability and Responsible Leadership from the Swedish Institute, Stockholm and MPhil and MA degrees in International Relations from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

Between 2015 and 2021, she worked as Director & Head – Corporate Social Responsibility for Tata Communications (part of the Tata Group). Since November 2021, she has been a Doctoral Researcher – Business and Human Rights at FAU’s Chair of Corporate Sustainability Management.

Supriya was awarded the ‘Woman of Excellence’ award by the Women Economic Forum in recognition of her contribution to the field of CSR in India.

Supriya Singh on her work at the Club of Rome:

“I look forward to actively contributing to the mission of the Club of Rome, especially by engaging key stakeholders and orchestrators in business and economy to make these systems more just, responsible and equitable. Leadership, partnership and organizational change are key for sustainability transformations and I am looking forward to collaborating with fellow members on these matters. ”


Supriya Singh

Chair for Corporate Sustainability Management
Phone: 0911/5302-95613