Business leader, historian, and broadcaster Ken Pye made honorary fellowWednesday 27 June 2012
The Faculty of Sciences and Social Sciences at Liverpool Hope University have appointed Mr Ken Pye an Honorary Fellow.
This appointment further strengthens the University’s commitment to working with the business community in Liverpool. In his role, Ken will act as an advocate for the University and its academic and business opportunities. He will also be providing advice and expertise as a guest lecturer on business development, entrepreneurship, and leadership.
Ken Pye is a recognised and respected business leader with over 40 years’ experience. He is currently Managing Director of Professional and Business Development Services; the Joint Director of The 3~Thinking Programme; the Managing Director of Discover-Liverpool; and the Founder and Facilitator of The Intelligence Network, the independent, ethical business association.
He is also a popular author and broadcaster, giving briefings to business on the past, present and future of Liverpool and its City Region.
Dr John Brinkman, Dean of Sciences and Social Sciences, said: “We are delighted to welcome Ken and his appointment is part of an ongoing strategy of engagement with the local business community, which could only be to the benefit of both the University and the Merseyside region.”
Ken said: “I am very pleased to be asked to be an Honorary Fellow at Liverpool Hope. I have long been a supporter of the University and I hope to assist in developing ties with the business and professional community in the region and beyond. Liverpool Hope has a wealth of expertise and academic knowledge in business and management and I look forward to working with the Faculty and the entire University.”