Senior Analyst Valentina Prado Named to New Role at Universidad de los Andes Business School
Senior Analyst Valentina Prado Named to New Role
at Universidad de los Andes Business School
We’re proud to share the news that EarthShift Global senior analyst Valentina Prado PhD has joined the management faculty of Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, Colombia, as a visiting professor.
Valentina will bolster the faculty’s incorporation of sustainability concepts and assessment tools into the management curriculum. Currently, she is teaching in the University’s environmental management bachelors’ course, and the industrial ecology course that forms part of the master’s program in environmental management.
With an academic background in engineering and natural sciences, Valentina’s new challenge will be to leverage her knowledge of environmental impacts into actionable insight for future managers of business organizations.
Valentina will continue in her existing role with EarthShift Global and draw on her experience with us in her teaching. She notes, “I fully expect the dual roles to be synergistic, helping me become a better teacher and a better consultant.”
Los Andes, founded in 1948, is the first private university of Colombia to be independent from political movements or religious organizations. The management faculty is tops in the region, and the school is among the 1 percent of business schools in the world to hold the “triple crown” of accreditations (EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB).
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