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Susan Liautaud

Susan Liautaud founded an international ethics advisory firm advising corporate, governmental, non-profit and academic organizations and leaders on complex ethics matters. She is a Lecturer in Public Policy and Law at Stanford University, teaching cutting-edge ethics and policy ethics. She currently serves as Interim Chair of Council (trustees) and Vice Chair of the Court of Governors of the London School of Economics and Political Science and Chair of the LSE’s Ethics Policy Committee. She serves on several boards and advisory boards, including SAP’s AI Ethics Advisory Board, the UK Government’s Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation, Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres US Board of Advisors (former Chair),  Pasteur Institute, and the UK Government’s Advisory Committee on Business Appointments. She is also Founder of The Ethics Incubator, a non-profit platform for debate on global ethics issues with world-renowned leaders, entrepreneurs and artists.