About Lucy Lunevich
Lucy Lunevich is an Australian academic and program manager of the master of engineering management program and a speaker, in the school of engineering, RMIT University, Melbourne. She is a consultant to global resource sector, philanthropist and businesswomen, and entrepreneur. Her expertise includes adaptive environmental management practice, business model innovations, ecological sustainable development and sustainable business practice.
Lucy has received many teaching awards for building quality organisations and leadership Excellence in Post-Graduate Teaching and Outstanding Students Experience. As a consultant to CEOs, her work has had a lasting impact on the strategy and growth programs of Fortune 500 companies worldwide. She is a highly sought-after speaker at exclusive corporate events around the globe, now in virtual formats!
Lucy is the founder of a number of innovation platforms which help organizations build lasting innovation capability as the basis for long term shared prosperity. Prior to life in academia, she was a sustainability consultant, worked in the major international consultancy to global resource sector, and founded three start-ups in Europe. She received her Ph.D. from the Victoria University, Melbourne and has Master of Engineering Degree from Riga Technical University(Latvia) and Master Degree in Natural Resource Management from Massey University(New Zealand), Bachelor Degrees in Environmental Science with Honors from Riga Technical Institute. She is married and is proud to be the mother of two delightful grownups.
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