Chairman & Executive Director, Centre for Risk Studies at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School
Dr Michelle Tuveson is Chairman & Executive Director at the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School. She brings 20+ years of corporate experience within the technology and consulting sectors to further the development of better risk models for the future. During Dr Tuveson’s tenure, the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies has become a world leading provider of research and thought leadership in scenario-based modelling of multi-disciplinary risks to society and businesses. Dr Tuveson chairs the Centre’s Advisory Board, leads the Cambridge Chief Risk Officers Council, is a former IEEE Standards Committee Member on the General Ethical Principles for Artificial Intelligence, and former advisory board member to the World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Report. Dr Tuveson has worked in corporations within the technology sector including Lockheed Martin, Booz Allen & Hamilton, and MITRE Corporation. Dr Tuveson’s research topics include risk culture and governance, corporate risk profiling, and the role of the Chief Risk Officer. She is a frequent commentator and speaker and her articles have been published in reports such as Banking & Financial Services Policy Report (Wolters Kluwer) and Financial Times Special Report on Risk Management. She is the director of the advisory board of Elevate City, an organisation aligned with the UK HM Treasury’s Women in Finance Charter. She earned degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Johns Hopkins University, and University of Cambridge.