Karen A. Morris is a Board Member, a co-founder and director of The Global Sourcing Council, a not-for-profit committed to economic and sustainable best practice in global sourcing. She is a strategy consultant, specialising in innovation and growth, and has designed unique methodologies and metrics for all aspects of commercial innovation; these have benefited diverse organisations around the world. Karen was AIG’s first Chief Innovation Officer and has supported businesses, not-for-profits and governments with their innovation agenda. An English barrister, Karen has over 25 years’ experience in law, management, underwriting and multinational business. This diverse international background inspires her insight on product, service and business model innovation. She is a frequent speaker and writer on Innovation, Sustainability, Leadership, and Ethics. Karen has served as an adjunct professor on the MBA program at Fordham University in New York teaching Innovation and customer-centricity. She has been a visiting lecturer at universities in France and Spain. She served on the Advisory Board of The Howe School of Business at The Stevens Institute of Technology and of The World BPO Forum. She is also an advisory council member of The University of Colorado’s RMI School, and a Senior Fellow of The Institute for Innovation in Large Organisations.