Stephan Chambers is the inaugural director of the Marshall Institute at LSE. He is also Professor in Practice at the Department of Management at LSE and Course Director for the new Executive Masters in Social Business and Entrepreneurship.
From 2000 to 2014 he directed the University of Oxford's MBA, overseeing its rise in international influence and rankings. In addition, he was the founding Director of Oxford University's Executive MBA programme.
Before joining the Marshall Institute Stephan Chambers was the Co-Founder of the Skoll World Forum, Chair of the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Director of International Strategy at Saїd Business School, Oxford University.
He is a Senior Research Fellow at Lincoln College, Oxford, sits on the advisory board of Princeton University Press, and is a Director of the Britdoc Foundation, the Dartington Trust, the University of the People, and the Dragon School.
Stephan Chambers wrote a regular entrepreneurship column for the Financial Times and, in 2014, was special advisor to Larry Brilliant and Jeff Skoll at the Skoll Global Threats Fund in California. He teaches entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial finance.