On the 27th of May, starting at 6 pm, Porto Business School organises another webinar related to the Executive Master in International Business. “Working and leading across borders” is the theme of our conversation.
We invited Luisa Delgado and Nathalie Risacher to share their experience with us.
Luisa Delgado is an entrepreneur and investor, Board Chair and Director, and advisor to a series of business groups, from large corporates to startups. She has over 30 years of leadership and management experience at companies such as Procter & Gamble, where she was CEO of the Nordic region, and prior to that Head of Human Resources for Western Europe (17 countries). She also led SAP’s Human Resources division where she was an Executive Board Member. From 2013 to 2018, she was CEO of Safilo Group, the world’s second largest premium eyewear group. Subsequently, she created her own investment fund focused on luxury products and today, Luisa Delgado is a board member at various companies, including Ingka Holding (IKEA Group) and AO World, a consumer electronics company. She will join DIA Group as an Independent Director this November.
Nathalie Risacher is currently Global Head Human Resources - Support & Control Functions & Global Head of Corporate Culture at Natixis. Nathalie Risacher was Senior Country Manager at Natixis in Portugal and Chief Operating Officer of Natixis Corporate and Investment Bank EMEA. She was also Chief Security and Operational Risk Officer at Natixis CIB Americas. Nathalie was also Board Member of the Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie Luso-Française, Member of the Advisory Board of the French-American Chamber of Commerce - New York, Member of the Board of Directors of Les Conseillers du Commerce extérieur de la France and Member of the Board of Trustees at FIAF - French Institute Alliance Francaise.
Ana Teresa Lehmann and Pedro A. Vieira, Programme Directors of the Executive Master in International Business host the session.
Hope to see you there.
The link to join the webinar will be sent on the day of the event.