Judith became a Professor of International Marketing in 2000 and was awarded Emeritus Professor status on her retirement. She has received two awards for her lifelong research in global marketing and for her efforts and dedication to a journal in the field of international marketing. She has served on the editorial boards of a number of marketing journals and has conducted peer reviews for more than six journals over more than 15 years.
Stephen completed his Ph.D. in Sport Management in 2016 and started working as an Assistant Professor. During his time as a doctoral student, he published eight peer-reviewed articles and two non-reviewed articles in Journal of Sport Management, Journal of Leisure Research, Sociology of Sport Journal, and Journal of Sport. The primary areas of his research are sport marketing, consumer behavior, and organizational behavior.
Sara is a postdoc at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. She started her academic career with a four-year undergraduate degree in Wildlife Science. Following her Master’s in Mammal Ecology, she completed her PhD in 2012 examining large terrestrial birds and environmental change. She then completed a one-year postdoc on secretarybirds and environmental change, followed by a two-year postdoc on Science Communication. Sara has reviewed papers for PLoS One, Ostrich, Journal of Avian Research, and Ornis Fennica.
Geraldine is a social sciences researcher and has been conducting peer reviews for 13 years. She has experience as editor-in-chief, associate editor, and guest editor and has conducted reviews for 18 journals including Consumption, Markets and Culture; Current Issues in Tourism; Equal Opportunities International; European Journal of Marketing; Human Relations; Journal of Advertising Research; Journal of Asia Pacific Marketing; Journal of Business Ethics; Marketing Intelligence and Planning; Marketing Theory; and The Journal of Quality Assurance for Hospitality and Tourism.