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Dr Sundas Hussain is a Lecturer in Project Management in the School of Strategy and Leadership. She completed a PhD examining entrepreneurship support for socially disadvantaged groups of women in collaboration with a Birmingham-based housing association. Currently in the process of disseminating her research findings, Dr Hussain has also presented at peer-reviewed conferences such as ISBE, RENT and BAM. She is an early career researcher and member of the Centre for Business in Society (CBiS). Other affiliations include membership of the Gender and Enterprise as well as Entrepreneurship in Minority special interest groups at ISBE, and fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.


Dr Hussain also possesses management experience from leading a small team as part-time Director at Woodfarm Education Centre, a Scottish registered charity. Since 2015, the centre has successfully delivered several Climate Challenge Fund projects financed by the Scottish government. The grants secured by Dr Hussain for the centre, range from £100,000 to £250,000 for climate change projects aiming to reduce CO2 emissions and the carbon footprint of the local community.

Research Interests

Research interests include: female and ethnic minority entrepreneurship, intersectionality, inclusive entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial growth, entrepreneurial context, sustainable entrepreneurship, and environmental entrepreneurship.

Education/Academic qualification

Entrepreneurship, Doctorate, Birmingham City University

Enhancing Learning, Teaching and Assessment Practice in HE, Postgraduate Certificate, Birmingham City University

Arts, Business & Creativity, MA, Newcastle University

Fashion, Degree, Coventry University

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Research Output

Barriers and challenges to entrepreneurship: Stories of female social-housing residents.

Hussain, S. & Carey, C., 2019.

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Lived experiences of female social-housing residents: Stories examining entrepreneurship support.

Hussain, S. & Carey, C., 2019.

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  • SME effects of a transition environment: examining Brexit within the green tech sector

    Hussain, S. & Salder, J., 2018.

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  • Activities

    • 1 Invited talk

    CIPD Annual Legal Update

    Sundas Hussain (Keynote speaker), Charlotte Carey (Keynote speaker)

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