Simon Longstaff is the Executive Director of St James Ethics Centre.
"As Executive Director of St James Ethics Centre, Simon encourages the integration of ethical considerations into the strategic thinking of the management community and those who advise and regulate them. Simon was inaugural President of The Australian Association for Professional & Applied Ethics and is a Director of a number of companies. He is a Fellow of the World Economic Forum and a member of its Global Agenda Council. Previously, he lectured at Cambridge University and worked as consultant to the Cambridge Commonwealth and Overseas Trusts. Simon serves on a number of committees and boards, including the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Corporate Governance Committee and the Global Reporting Initiative." 
- Advisory Group, Project Australia (Formed 2006) 
- Member, BHP Billiton Forum on Corporate Responsibility
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Resources and articles
- Simon Chapman, "How can an ethics index give a tobacco giant top billing?", Crikey.com.au, July 28, 2006.
- Simon Longstaff, "2005 corporate responsibility index: trustee's report", Living Ethics, issue 64, winter 2006.
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