Role: Global Director of International University Partnerships
Anna-Marie Greenaway was appointed BP Global Director of International University Partnerships in 2015, which is a global role encompassing technical and policy research to support BP's strategic objectives, recruitment, executive education and international research partnerships. Prior to this she was VP Science and Technology based at the University of Cambridge and she retains accountability for this strategic partnership. She is a member of the Board of the BP Institute and sits on the Advisory Committees of the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies, Scott Polar Research Institute and the Clean Energy Centre at Tsinghua University, Beijing. In 2017 she was appointed the Science Advisory Council for the UK government Department of Transport.
Previously, Anna-Marie spent four years in BP's Group Strategy team, where she led the 2030 Energy Pathways research programme, covering the US, EU, China, India and Brazil. This involved bringing together local, international and multi-disciplinary teams from across BP and incorporating external perspectives from wider industry sectors, government bodies and leading academics.
Earlier roles at BP have spanned special assignments to support Group Technology and Safety and Operations, Head of Downstream Change Leadership Capability and leading the Technical & Commercial Partnership between BMW and Castrol across Northern Europe. Prior to BP, Anna-Marie spent 10 years in retail operations, advertising and corporate communications with Exxon after joining their graduate programme in 1989 as capital investment analyst.
Her academic background is in Earth Sciences and she hold a BSc from RHBNC University of London, a Master's in Sustainability Leadership from the University of Cambridge and was elected a Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge in 2017.