Quality Assurance Professionals Workshop

17 October 2019 | Krakow, Poland


Marine CondetteMarine Condette, AACSB International

Marine Condette is Manager, Accreditation and Member Services at AACSB International’s EMEA headquarters in the Netherlands. Marine holds a double diploma in Political Sciences from Sciences Po Lille, France and the University of Kent, UK and obtained a MA in European Public Administration at the University of Leiden, the Netherlands. She has gained experience in international higher education, having worked at Educational Testing Service (ETS), Laureate International Education and the French Embassy in the Netherlands.



Stephanie J. Morgan, University of Kent, Kent Business School

Stephanie is Professor of Practice in Management and an Accreditation Lead at Kent Business School, part of the University of Kent, Canterbury, UK where she manages the International accreditations particularly linked to AACSB, EFMD EQUIS and AMBA. Her previous role was as Associate Dean, Education, Kingston Business School, Kingston University (London). She was responsible for all areas of QA/QE, accreditations, student experience, learning, teaching & assessment strategy, and programme portfolio as well as the Student and Course Office. She managed accreditations for AACSB, EFMD EPAS and AMBA as well as QAA visits and other quality assurance processes over a period of eight years, and also was on key University steering groups for the UK Quality Assurance processes. She is a past chair of the AACSB European Affinity Group, and was a co-chair of the UKIAG. Stephanie is an AACSB Mentor, has carried out mock reviews for initial and continuous AACSB accreditation, and is also a panel member for other accrediting bodies. A Chartered Occupational Psychologist and a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Stephanie is also a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute. Stephanie has a background in senior management in the IT industry and has continued engagement with industry bodies since moving into academia. Her research spans both business and educational areas, particularly focusing on responses to social media, outsourcing and organisational change. She has published in a range of journals, including 4* for both Educational and Business areas.


Adam-ThomasAdam W. Thomas, Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Head of International Accreditation at Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), School of Management and Law (SML) in Switzerland. Responsible for the AACSB continuous improvement  and reporting processes at SML, involving several committees within the university. Most recently, his role has focused on installation of accreditation software, development of maintenance guidelines related to accreditation, serving as Secretary of the Faculty Committee at SML, development of Impact data collection processes, and generally ensuring the university meets requirements across all programs to ensure SML’s next AACSB visit is successful. His previous roles include Head of English at SML. In this role he worked on customizing and modernizing the business and legal English course offerings at SML. Additionally, he has a passion for e-learning and e-assessment, having successfully piloted bring-your-own-device exams at SML in 2015 and 2016.