Francisco Szekely

Francisco Szekely, an Adjunct Professor of Leadership and Sustainability, specializes in integrating sustainability into corporate strategies and developing high-performance leadership. He taught at Harvard University, MIT, and the European School of Management and Technology, emphasizing sustainable development and responsible leadership. Szekely also has experience as a consultant at McKinsey & Company and served as Mexico’s Deputy Minister of Environment and Natural Resources. An author of seven books, including “Beyond the Triple Bottom Line: Eight Steps toward a Sustainable Business Model,” he is recognized for his contributions to understanding the link between sustainability and business performance. Szekely holds degrees from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Tufts University, and Washington University.

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