Helen is a specialist advisor with Principia, supporting executive leadership teams and Boards on ethical practice. Much of her current work focuses on the ethical implications of fiduciary duties, including issues relating to interpretations of responsibilities of trusteeships from an ethical perspective. She is a Lecturer in Organizational Studies at Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University where she teaches Organizational Behaviour on the Executive MBA, and an Honorary Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.

Her highly interdisciplinary work focuses on organizational ethics, including fiduciary duty, trust, ​social responsibility, and power in organizations. She is published in philosophy (ethics, ontology, epistemology), economics, business and feminist ethics, and social psychology ​in leading journals including Business Ethics Quarterly and Journal of Business Ethics.

Prior to academia, Helen worked in media and publishing, where she engaged with organizational culture issues regarding gender, leadership, and management in the workplace.

Helen holds an MPhil and PhD in Gender Studies from the University of Cambridge.