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We are delighted to invite MBA and EMBA alumni and students to take part in this online support series, Made By Alumni, organised by alumni Hilary Fitzgerald (MBA 2005), Graham Bell (EMBA 2018), Doc McKerr (MBA 2014). 

In this online event Stephen Carver, Senior Lecturer in Project & Programme Management Action, Execution and Implementation, Cranfield University, in true "Carveresque" storytelling fashion will help us learn some key lessons from the Battle of Britain.

For more information and to register please click here

Please note the Zoom login details will be emailed 24 hours before the event by Doc McKerr (MBA 2014).

If you have any questions please email Doc on

Please note that by booking onto this event via the alumni volunteer your details will be passed securely to the Cranfield University Alumni office to make note of your attendance.

Please note: neither Cranfield University nor any of its subsidiary companies are involved in the development, organisation or running of this event and therefore they disclaim all liability for any loss or injury suffered by anyone attending.

Programme & speakers

Stephen Carver, Senior Lecturer in Project & Programme Management Action, Execution and Implementation, Cranfield University.

Prior to Cranfield University, Stephen worked on projects for the oil business before moving on to work at Virgin before working directly for a global CEO as head of Project & Programme Management Strategy. He has experience of Project and Programme Management in almost all business sectors from banks to oil and from construction to law firms. He has lectured and consulted globally and is highly experienced in presenting ideas in a way that bridges different cultural and organisational differences. He is an Honorary Fellow of The Institute of Risk Management and an Honorary Fellow of the Association of Project Management.

Location & travel details


Who should attend

All MBA and EMBA students and alumni.

Cost & concessions

This event is free to attend.