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Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Master of Business Administration (Distinction) (University of Glamorgan)
PCGE (University of Wales)
BA (Hons) Business Studies (University of Glamorgan)
Prince 2 Practitioner (APM)


2006-2010 – Operations Manager/Chief Executive Officer – The Emergency Planning Society
2001-2006 – General Manager – University of Wales, Newport Students’ Union


Course leader for BA (Hons) Business Studies Top Up and associated courses


Samuel, A. Taylor, D, White, G. (2017) ‘Unpacking the Authenticity Gap in Corporate Social Responsibility: Lessons learned from Levi’s ‘Go Forth Braddock’ Campaign’ Journal of Brand Management (pending)

Samuel, A; White, G, R, T., and Taylor D. (2017), ‘THE POTENTIAL OF PLACE TO AUTHENTICATE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY’. The 6th International Conference on Social Responsibility, Ethics, and Sustainable Business, Berlin, Germany, September 28 & 29, 2017: ISSN: 2285-7222

Taylor, D. Packham, G (2016) ‘Social Inclusion Through ICT: Overcoming Barriers to ICT Use’. Strategic Change: Briefings in Entrepreneurial Finance, 24: pp 631-646. DOI: 10.1002/jsc.2046

Samuel, A. Taylor, D. Norris, M and K, Raiha (2015) ‘Levis Jeans Tightening Corporate Social Responsibility with a Rust Belt.’ 40th International Macromarketing Conference, Loyola University Chicago June 25 -28, ISSN 2168-1473

Taylor, D. Lewis, A. Thomas, B. and Murphy, L (2015) ‘Partnership Working in Community Partnership Projects’, International Journal of Leadership, Workplace Innovation and Engagement, Special Edition 2015

Samuel, A and D, Taylor (2014), ‘The Story of Braddock Pennsylvania: Corporate Philanthropy and its role in Reimagining Place and Developing Social Enterprise’. International Conference Social Responsibility, Ethics and Sustainability, Barcelona, October 9th -10th , 2014, Working Paper, Vol 3, Editura ASE, Bucharest, ISSN: 2285-7222

Taylor, D. Lewis, A. Thomas, B. and Murphy, L (2014) ‘A Literature Review of Partnership Working: Community Partnership Projects’ Emerging Themes in Business 2014 Research Conference, Newport, South Wales, 2 May. Newport: University of South Wales


Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy


2014/15 Strategic Insight Programme Funding – Working with local SME on strategy and marketing development which led to the Go Wales placement and continued employment of USW graduates


Research interests include:
PhD Research – Governance and Trustee Board Roles in Non-Profit Organisations/Professional Bodies
Strategic Management in Member Led Organisations
CSR, Philanthropy and Place
Social inclusion, social entrepreneurship and social engagement
Micro-philanthropy and crowd sourcing
Innovative ICT Uses

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