Ms Rachel Lander

Ms Rachel Lander

Rachel Lander is Assistant Head of School, for the School of Management and Marketing.  She joined Westminster Business School in 2003. She has a background in working for the public sector in Information Systems Strategy, Small Business Consultancy and management of training before moving into academic work. She established and led the MSc Purchasing and Supply Chain Management from 2009 - 2017 and is Module Leader for the post graduate modules Business Process Integration with SAP and is the University's SAP UK University Alliance coordinator.  She was module leader for a core level 6 module in Sustainable Business, delivered to over 600 students a year and structured around the UN Sustainable Development Goals, also developing student digital skills through use of Tableau software to analyse global conversations in Sustainability on Social media. Rachel then led on embedding Sustainability in the College's BA Business Management Degrees to ensure teaching and learning of social and environmental Sustainability across the curriculum.  She is a member of the Univerisity's Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Steering Group.


Post Graduate Certificate in On-line Education, City University

MSc Analysis, Design and Management of Information Systems, London School of Economics 

BSc (Hons) Chemistry and Biochemistry, Imperial College

Professional memberships

British Computer Society

Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy

Consultancy and professional practice

Knowledge Transfer Partnership UK Warehousing Association 2014- 2016

Knowledge Connect Project 2010 Business Process Management 

Keynote Speader for Local Government Procurement Conference May 2011 on Supply Chain and Procurement: The role of Higher Education

Sustainable Business

Business Process Change, IT in Learning and Teaching

  • Centre for Digital Business Research
  • Learning and Teaching Research Group

Sustainable Development Goals
In brief

Research areas

Sustainable Business, IT in Teaching and Learning

Supervision interests

Sustainable Business, Information Technology in Supply Chain