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Dr. María Victoria López
Gender & Body Politics in Latin America
María Victoria is currently a political advisor to the National Ministry of Internal Affairs of Argentina and a Professor of Contemporary History of Argentina at various institutions. She received her Ph.D. in Social Sciences, with a focus in Political Science, from the University of Buenos Aires, a landmark higher education institution where she has also taught courses in Latin American History, Political Theory and Civic Education during the last 13 years. María speaks Spanish, Italian, English and French, she is a published author, has participated as Visiting Researcher at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and completed a fellowship at the CONICET (National Council for Scientific and Technical Research).See Maria's Video
Paula is originally from Argentina and received her MBA in Business Administration from the IE Business School in Madrid, Spain. Since 2004 she has taught multiple courses in the fields of Business and Marketing at the University of Palermo, Universidad Argentina de la Empresa, Torcuato Di Tella University, University of Belgrano, UADE Business School, University of Salvador as well as at the Army Polytechnic School in Ecuador and the European Open Business School in Bolivia. Paula has provided Marketing Consulting Services in Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil during the last 27 years, for companies such as GeoAgris (Argentine company, computer science applied to the agro), Ipiranga Argentina (Brazilian Petrol Company) and Starrett Argentina (American Tools Company). At CEA she has taught the International Marketing course for the past 10 years.
Dr. Griselda Lassaga
Griselda holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Belgrano and serves as the current Argentina Center President of the Latin American Society of Strategy (SLADE), and has been a researcher and educator on sustainability for 16 years. Griselda is also the Academic Director of the MBA Double Diploma Alliances initiative between several business schools in Europe and the University of Belgrano, CEA’s partner institution in Buenos Aires, where she also currently teaches the “Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility” course at a graduate level and “Social Economy” at an undergraduate level. Her book “Corresponsabilidad” has been printed three times since 2010, and her current research is focused on women in leadership and cultural change for sustainable development.