Conversation between Teresa Martín Retortillo, Executive President at IE Exponential Learning, IE University and Diego Rubio, Executive Director of the Center for the Governance of Change, IE University.
Calle de Serrano, 105, 28006 Madrid, Spain
IE Center for the Governance of Change
Dr Diego Rubio is a Professor of Practice of Applied History and Governance at IE’S School of Global and Public Affairs, and the Executive Director of the Center for the Governance of Change. His research analyzes the political and societal consequences of technological change from a long-term perspective. Diego has advised a number of international organizations and his work has been featured in BBC World, El País, and TVE. He holds a PhD from the University of Oxford, a Master from the École Normale Supérieure de Lettres et Sciences Humaines, and a BA Hons from the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
IE Exponential Learning, IE University
Teresa Martín-Retortillo is the Executive President of Executive Education at IE Business School since September 2016. She also leads innovation in open programs both on-line and face to face. Prior to that, she was senior vice president of Strategy and Business Development for McGraw-Hill Education in 2014 where she supported CEO David Levin, and the executive team in the digital transformation of the company through strategy definition and execution as well as with investments and partnerships.
Before joining McGraw-Hill Education, Teresa was a partner with Bain & Company where she worked for circa 20 years, responsible for advising C-level executives and their boards with the objective of driving company transformations and increasing shareholder value. She worked for clients representing a range of industries including education, helping to develop business strategies and translate plans into tangible results. She has extensive experience supporting private equity clients through deal sourcing, due diligence, and portfolio company transformation on more than 100 deals.
Teresa began her professional career at Goldman Sachs as a corporate finance analyst in London. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from CUNEF (Colegio Universitario de Estudios Financieros) in Madrid, and a MBA degree from Harvard Business School.