Helen Alford is Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas (the “Angelicum”) and Director of the Master’s programme in “Management and Corporate Social Responsibility”. She is co-author of the book Managing as if Faith Mattered (UNDP, 2001, with Michael Naughton) and her research mostly looks at the role and impact of ethics and Christian social thought in the field of management, especially as regards CSR and sustainability. Her most recent book in English, edited with Francesco Compagnoni, is Preaching Justice: Dominican Contributions to Social Ethics in the Twentieth Century (Dominican Publications, Dublin, 2007), and she is currently working on a companion volume, Preaching Justice II, on the work of Dominican sisters in social and economic spheres.