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Shirley-Ann Augustin-Behravesh

Shirley-Ann Augustin-Behravesh

Lecturer, School of Sustainability

School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502


  • Senior Sustainability Scientist, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
  • Lecturer, School of Sustainability


Shirley-Ann Behravesh is a senior sustainability scientist and a instructor with the School of Sustainability. Professor Behravesh holds degrees in management, finance, manufacturing engineering and sustainability. She has extensive project management experience with various sustainability projects, including sustainable technologies, transportation, construction, food and businesses. Her research focuses on understanding sustainable organizations, their culture, leadership and their goals. She also works and is interested in the field of supply chain sustainability, social entrepreneurship and the design of sustainable products including biomimicry. Professor Behravesh works with non-profit organizations in the field of sustainable procurement, including the Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council and the American Sustainable Business Council.


  • PhD, Sustainability, Arizona State University, 2017
  • MPhil, Manufacturing Engineering, University of Cambridge, 2006
  • BS, Management with Finance, Minor Information Systems, University of the West Indies, 2004


Conference Papers


Augustin-Behravesh, S. 2015. Sustainable business practices, organizational culture and their influence on corporate sustainability performance. UTokyo GPSS-GLI Symposium. UTokyo GPSS-GLI Symposium 2015. Tokyo, Japan.


Spierre Clark, S., E. A. Martin, J. Sadowski, A. Berardy, S. McClintock, S. Augustin-Behravesh, N. Hohman and J. Banna. 2012. An experential pedagogy for sustainability ethics. Proceedings of the American Society of Engineering Education. San Antonio, TX.



Spierre Clark, S., J. Sadowski, A. Berardy, S. McClintock, S. Augustin-Behravesh, N. Hohman and J. Banna. 2012. An instructor's guide to teaching the Pisces Game for sustainability ethics . Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link )