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ANDREA GROBOCOPATEL

Presidente FUNDACION FLOR

Delegada Internacional W20

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Lic. en Economía de la UBA (Universidad de Bs. As.) Fundó en 1984 Grupo Los Grobo (www.losgrobo.com) donde ocupó diversos cargos en Administración, Impuestos, Finanzas, Legales, Análisis de Riesgos, Asignación de Créditos, Auditoría General, Gerente de Administración y Finanzas. Tuvo a su cargo la División Regional, desempeñándose como Directora de ADP (Uruguay), Presidenta de Tierra Roja S.A. (Paraguay). Fundó y presidió Los Grobo SGR. Fue directora de todas empresas del grupo, entre ellas Molinos Cánepa, Agrofina y Frontec, empresa de Invap y LGA hasta diciembre de 2016 donde siendo Vicepresidente del Grupo vendió las acciones de su empresa familiar. Hoy en día es accionista de varias empresas. Es fundadora y presidente de Ampatel S.A., empresa de producción agropecuaria. Mentora y miembro del Consejo Asesor de Voces Vitales Argentina, de la red de Mujeres WE Americas y Miembro de la Asociacion Marianne en asociación con la Embajada de Francia. Miembro del Consejo Asesor de Miami University. Ha dirigido el Programa de Empresas Familiares en la Universidad Siglo 21 y el de Programa de Gestión Empresaria para Pymesen la Universidad Católica Argentina. Ha dado conferencias sobre Gobierno de las Organizaciones, el rol de la mujer en los negocios, RSE, Empresas de familia en Milán (Italia), Hong Kong (China), Líbano, Latinoamérica, Universidad de San Andrés (UDESA), en la Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires, EDDE, CEMA y en la UBA, entre otras. Ha participado disertado en diversos eventos internacionales como la Conferencia "Lead to Inspire, Inspire to Lead" en el Consejo de las Américas, en Nueva York (2014), Women’sHemispheric Network en Brasil (2015), “Cumbre de Negocios Corea –LAC” invitada por IDB, entre otras. Fue Co-Chair del W20 Argentina, donde ayudó a liderar el proceso de diálogo nacional, además de brindar conferencias en Davos, Sao Paulo WEF y Chile; hoy es Delegada Internacional representando al Grupo de Empresarias. Reconocida por Apolitical como una de las personas más influyentes en Políticas de Género a nivel mundial. Autora del libro PASIÓN POR HACER con Editorial Granica (2014). Casada y madre de 4 hijos.

JOSEPH GANITSKY

Director, University of Miami Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) and Senior Lecturer, Management

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Research Interests: Competitive strategies of multinational and local firms in Latin America; global startups and entrepreneurship; strategies for the bottom of the pyramid; and corporate response to terrorism.
Featured Publications: “Negotiate with ALBA Countries: Colombia’s Case,” Chapter in the Economic, Political And Foreign Policy Implications Of Alba: An Interdisciplinary Study Of Alba (Bolivarian Alternative For The People Of Our America) Initiative, Book edited by Bruce Bagley and Magdalena Defort, 2011* / “Strategic Alliances In Business-To-Business Export Marketing Channels: Impact Of Cultural Difference,” Industrial Marketing Management, 2005* (Coauthored) / “Lecciones Colombianas Para Enfrentar Con Éxito Los Desafíos Empresariales: Indupalma y Las Cooperativas De Trabajo Asociado,” Revista de Empresa, 2005, # 11 / “Martin Varsavsky” (A) (case in Spanish), Revista de Empresa, 2002, 1, and Academia, 2001, 27 (winner of the Best Entrepreneurship Case, EFMD, 2000)* (Coauthored) / "Successful Succession in Family Business," Family Business Review, Summer, 1995* (Coauthored) / "Don't Forget Latin America," Sloan Management Review, Winter, 1992* (Coauthored) / "Foreign Investment Through Debt Equity Swaps," Sloan Management Review, Winter, 1988* (Coauthored) / "Entry of the Next Generation: Strategic Challenge for Family Business," Journal of Small Business Management, 26 (2), 1988* (Coauthored) / "The Debt Crisis: The Departure Point for a New Era for Decision Makers," The Columbia Journal of World Business, 21(3), 1986* (Coauthored) / Specialties • Strategic planning • International business • Entrepreneurship • Latin American business.

JOHN QUELCH

Dean, School of Business Administration, Vice Provost for Executive Education University of Miami

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John Quelch, who joined the University of Miami Family on July 1st, 2017, is an internationally recognized scholar on the marketing implications of globalization, with a particular focus on patient centricity and consumer empowerment in the health care sector, comes to the School from Harvard Business School, where he has been the Charles Edward Wilson Professor of Business Administration. In addition to his role as dean of the UM School of Business, he will also become the University of Miami’s vice provost for executive education, overseeing customized training and development programs for executives and managers. A former dean of two prestigious international business schools, Quelch was also a professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health – the first ever to hold dual primary appointments in the public health and business schools, and one of only a few faculty members across Harvard University with this distinction. In 1979, Quelch initially joined Harvard Business School, holding a number of positions over the years, including Sebastian S. Kresge Professor of Marketing, co-chair of the marketing department and Lincoln Filene Professor of Business Administration. He served as senior associate dean of Harvard Business School from 2001 to 2010. Prior to his recent time at Harvard, Quelch served as dean, vice president and distinguished professor of international management of the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) from 2011 to 2013. Under his leadership, annual revenues increased by more than 25% to over $100 million; the school’s MBA global ranking in The Financial Times improved from 24 to 15 and its Executive MBA ranking from 18 to 7; and the school launched programs to integrate faculty and staff activities at the three CEIBS campuses in Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen, as well as the CEIBS campus in Ghana. Quelch is the author, co-author or editor of 25 books, as well as numerous business case studies on leading international organizations. During the past 35 years, his case studies have sold more than 4 million copies. He was educated at Exeter College, Oxford University (BA and MA), the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (MBA), the Harvard School of Public Health (MS) and Harvard Business School (where he earned his PhD in business).

SANTIAGO CHAHER

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Abogado (Universidad de Mendoza); CheveningScholar, Master en Derecho Bancario y Finanzas Internacionales (London School of Economics). Director Gerente de Cefeidas Group y Socio de Díaz &Chaher Abogados. Trabaja para la Corporación Financiera Internacional (IFC). Santiago coordinó la Red de Institutos de Gobierno Corporativo de América Latina (IGCLA) y el Círculo de Compañías de Gobierno Corporativo de América Latina. Santiago es un experto en gobierno corporativo, habiendo sido reconocido en 2015 por la International CorporateGovernance Network (ICGN) comoFellow ARG, en 2010 por la Yale School of Management como uno de los diez “RisingStars” del Centro Millstein de Gobierno Corporativo y tiene un Certificado de Educación como Director del Instituto de Directores Corporativos de EEUU (NACD). Santiago ha participado en los programas de educación ejecutiva DirectorsConsortium del Stanford GraduateSchool of Business y del Venture Capital ExecutiveProgram de la UC Berkeley HaasSchool of Business. Santiago es co-director del Programa de Gobierno Corporativo de la Universidad de San Andrés y miembro del Consejo Asesor de la Fundación FLOR.

MARIE T. DASBOROUGH

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Research Interests: Organizational behavior; leadership; emotion in the workplace; attributions; and teams. Featured Publications: Cropanzano, R., Dasborough, M.T., & Weiss, H. (2017). Affective events and the development of leader-member exchange. Academy of Management Review, 42 (2), 1-26. / Dasborough, M. T., & Harvey, P. (2016). Schadenfreude: The (not so) secret joy of another’s misfortune. Journal of Business Ethics, 1-15. doi:10.1007/s10551-016-3060-7 / Qu, Y., Dasborough, M.T., & Todorova, G. (2015). Which mindfulness measures to choose to use? Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. 8(04), 710-723. / Dasborough, M. T., Lamb, P., & Suseno, Y. (2015). Understanding emotions in higher education change management. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 28(4), 579590. / Cropanzano, R., & Dasborough, M.T. (2015). Dynamic models of well-being: Implications for individual personality and affective climates. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 24 (6), 844-847. / Harvey, P., & Dasborough, M. T. (2015). Entitled to solutions: The need for research on workplace entitlement. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 36(3), 460-465. / Tse, H. M., Ashkanasy, N. M., & Dasborough, M.T. (2012). Relative leader-member exchange, negative affectivity and social identification: A moderated-mediation examination. The Leadership Quarterly, 23, 354-366. / Dasborough, M. T., Harvey, P., & Martinko, M. J. (2011). An introduction to attributional influences in organizations. Group & Organization Management, 36, 419-426. / Martinko, M. J., Harvey, P., & Dasborough, M. T. (2011). Attribution theory in the organizational sciences: A case of unrealized potential. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 32, 144-149./ Jordan, P., Dasborough, M. T., Daus, C., & Ashkanasy, N. M. (2010). A call to context. Comments on emotional intelligence and emotional and social competencies. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 3,145-148. / Dasborough, M. T., Ashkanasy, N. M., Tee, Y. J., & Tse, H. M. (2009). What goes around comes around: How meso-level negative emotional contagion can ultimately determine organizational attitudes toward leaders. The Leadership Quarterly, 20, 571-585. / Antonakis, J., Ashkanasy, N. M., & Dasborough, M. T. (2009). Does leadership need emotional intelligence? The Leadership Quarterly, 20, 247-261. / Tse, H. M., & Dasborough, M. T., & Ashkanasy, N. M. (2008). A multilevel analysis of team climate and interpersonal exchange relationships at work. The Leadership Quarterly, 19, 195-211. / Tse, H. M., & Dasborough, M. T. (2008). A study of exchange and emotions in team member relationships. Group & Organization Management, 33,194-215. / Dasborough, M. T. (2006). Cognitive asymmetry in employee emotional reactions to leadership behaviors. The Leadership Quarterly, 17, 163-178. 3 / Sue-Chan, C. & Dasborough, M. T. (2006). The influence of relation-based and rule-based regulations on hiring decisions in the Australian and Hong Kong Chinese cultural contexts. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 17, 1267-1292. / Harvey, P. & Dasborough, M. T. (2006). Consequences of employee attributions in the workplace: The role of emotional intelligence. Psicothema, 18, 145-151. / Ashkanasy, N. M., & Dasborough, M. T. (2003). Emotional awareness and emotional intelligence in leadership teaching. Journal of Education for Business, 79, 18-22. / Dasborough, M. T. & Ashkanasy, N. M. (2002). Emotion and attribution of intentionality in leadermember relationships. The Leadership Quarterly, 13, 615-634. / Dasborough, M. T, & Sue-Chan, C. (2002). The role of transaction costs and institutional forces in the outsourcing of recruitment. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources Management, 40, 306-321. Teaching and Professional Experience: Associate Professor, Management, University of Miami School of Business Administration, 2016 - Present • Visiting Scholar, Griffith University, 2016 • Assistant Professor, Management, University of Miami School of Business Administration, 2008 - 2016 • Visiting Scholar, University of Queensland, 2007 • Assistant Professor, Management, Oklahoma State University, 2005 – 2008 / Management Consultant, Competitive Dynamics, 2005 • Adjunct Lecturer, University of Queensland, 2001 - 2005 • Human Resources Consultant, Joondalup Health Campus, 2001 • Teaching Assistant, Curtin University, 2000 - 2001 • Recruitment Officer, Kelly Recruitment Services, 2000 • Tutor, University of Western Australia, 1998 - 2000. Degrees: Ph.D., Organizational Behavior, University of Queensland, 2005 • B.Comm, Management and Marketing, University of Western Australia, 2000. Honors and Awards: Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Miami School of Business Administration, 2016, 2011 • Outstanding Faculty Member Award, University of Miami , 2014

CLAUDIO ZUCHOVICKI

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Secretario General de la FIAB (Federación Iberoamericana de Bolsas)
Gerente de Desarrollo de Mercado de Capitales de la Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires. Es especialista en Futuros y Opciones en Chicago. Dictado por la Chicago Board of Trade, así como en Futuros Agrícolas en la Chicago Mercantil Exchange y Energías Altrnativas en San Diego, California, EEUU.
Claudio es Licenciado en Administración de Empresas en UADE.
Docente en el Postgrado del acuerdo UBA-Mercado de Valores, Docente de la Universidad del CEMA, Maestría en Finanzas.Docente de la Fundación Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires y del Instituto Argentino de Mercado de Capitales (IAMC). Actualmente es columnista en Radio la red Del programa de Luis Novaresio, “Empezando el día”.
Conductor de programas televisivos y radiales.
Columnista en el Programa “Portafolio Global” en CNN en español.
Columnista de la revista Fortuna y Revista Bank.

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