Tamsin Angus-Leppan


Tamsin completed a PhD in corporate social responsibility in 2010. She currently works part time as the project coordinator for the OLT funded Learning & Teaching Sustainability website and as a senior researcher in the School of Management at UTS, on circular economy and sustainability education research. Tamsin previously worked as an Associate Lecturer and Research Associate in the Schools of Marketing and Management at UTS and project leader on several projects for ARIES. Prior to beginning her PhD, Tamsin worked in various marketing roles for Australian companies in the retailing and manufacturing sectors, before taking up a posting to China with Austrade in 1994. As Trade Commissioner in Shanghai, she was primarily responsible for undertaking feasibility research and market entry planning for Australian companies entering China. On completion of her posting in 1997, Tamsin co-established a market research firm, China Torque, in Beijing, conducting market entry and expansion research for multinationals, including Motorola, Kohler, Coca-Cola and Rockwell Automation. Her work included some of the first focus groups conducted in China. Also during this period, Tamsin wrote for The Economist Intelligence Unit’s China Hand and the Far Eastern Economic Review’s China Trade Report. Tamsin is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and German.

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