Dominique Diouf is an Open AIR Queen Elizabeth Scholar – Advanced Scholars (QES-AS) Fellow with a strong expertise in corporate sustainability-oriented innovation. He has his PhD in business administration from Laval University, as well as an MA in sociology from the University Gaston Berger of Saint-Louis and a postgraduate degree in the same discipline from the University Cheikh Anta Diop. He also has various certificates in green economy, responsible investment in extractive industries, and more. Prior to joining Open AIR, he was Head of the research program, “Innovation, Technology and Sustaianbility’’, at the Centre d’Études en Responsabilité Sociale et Écocitoyenneté in Montreal. Dr. Diouf has several years of teaching, research, and consultancy experience, including having written a number of scientific articles in peer-reviewed international journals. His current research focuses are entrepreneurship, innovation, technology, and sustainability.