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Nancy E. Landrum, Ph.D.

Nancy E. Landrum, Ph.D.

Professor of Sustainable Business Management at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business and Institute of Environmental Sustainability.  She is co-author of Sustainable Business: An Executive’s Primer, co-founder of the Sustainable Business Network of Central Arkansas, and Principal at Sustainable Business Design Consulting.  Dr. Landrum was previously at University of Arkansas at Little Rock where she was awarded 2011 Eco-Hero in Arkansas, 2011 Harper J. Boyd, Jr. Professor of Excellence, 2013 university Faculty Excellence in Public Service, 2014 college Faculty Excellence in Research, and was the former chair of the university Sustainability Committee and a Commissioner on the Little Rock Sustainability Commission.  She received her Ph.D. from New Mexico State University, MBA from Idaho State University, and masters and bachelor’s degrees from Marshall University.  Dr. Landrum has been a visiting scholar at universities in China, Finland, and Germany, and has worked with the Navajo and Lakota Sioux.  Her consulting, teaching, research, and service interests are in sustainable business practices, new economics, circular economy, strong sustainability, corporate sustainability and responsibility, and base of the pyramid strategies.  Prior to academia, Dr. Landrum was a children’s mental health therapist, licensed social worker, and nonprofit social services administrator.