Guyonne currently lectures on sustainability, globalisation and social justice and has been working with systemic and organisational change for twenty years. As well as lecturing she works with a variety of groups as a facilitator, moderator and trainer.
As senior project manager for tourism concern, Guyonne worked with businesses and communities to identify inequalities in the benefits of tourism and to develop tools and processes to improve social justice. She has also managed a series of successful campaigns including a campaign highlighting the effects of exploitative working conditions suffered by tourism workers, and another international project to empower communities in India and Sri Lanka to take control of tourism development and land issues.
Guyonne works with international tourism businesses to develop their CSR understanding and practice. She continues to work with civil society organisations in the south helping them understand and raise awareness of sustainability impacts in their communities. Guyonne has an MSc in Responsibility and Business Practice and another in International Politics.
Lecturer in Tourism