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ECLA Program Contributors
Latin American entrepreneurs will be identified for participation in the program in partnership with Endeavor Global—a not-for-profit organization that has been successful in supporting high-impact entrepreneurs in emerging markets—and their country affiliates. Industry coaches will be identified through the Columbia University alumni network.
Nelson Fraiman, Professor of Professional Practice and Director of
the W. Edwards Deming Center at Columbia Business School
The following is a list of faculty involved in the ECLA program. A detailed program agenda listing faculty for each session will be distributed to participants prior to the start of each module.
Grant Ackerman, Columbia Business School
Omar Besbes, Columbia Business School
Nancy Degnan, Columbia University
Nelson Fraiman, Columbia Business School
Paul Glasserman, Columbia Business School
Bruce Greenwald, Columbia Business School
Paul Ingram, Columbia Business School
Peter Kolesar, Columbia Business School
Murray Law, Columbia Business School
Marcelo Olivares, Columbia Business School
Don Sexton, Columbia Business School
Medini Singh, Columbia Business School
Nicolas Stier, Columbia Business School
Garrett van Ryzin, Columbia Business School
Gabriel Weintraub, Columbia Business School
Daniel Wolfenzon, Columbia Business School
Assaf Zeevi, Columbia Business School
Amir Ziv, Columbia Business School
ECLA Advisory Council
Cesar Alierta, MBA '70, Chairman and CEO, Telefonica, S.A., Madrid
and Member, Columbia Business School Board of Overseers
Jorge Becerra, Senior Partner and Managing Director, The Boston
Consulting Group (Miami, Santiago, Buenos Aires)
Jerome A. Chazen MBA '50, Chairman, Chazen Capital Partners and
Member, Columbia Business School Board of Overseers
John H. Coatsworth, Provost, Columbia University
Sonia Dulá, Managing Director of Global Wealth and Investment
Management-Latin America, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Fernando, Fabre, President, Endeavor Global
Nelson Fraiman, Council Chairman, MBA '71, Professor of
Professional Practice and Director of the W. Edwards Deming Center
at Columbia Business School
Eduardo Garrido, Director, Santander Universities US
Cesar Gaviria, Former President of Colombia, Former Secretary
General, Organization of American States
Paul Glasserman, Jack R. Anderson Professor of Business, Decision,
Risk and Operations, Columbia Business School
Ehud Houminer, Executive-in-Residence
Enrique Iglesias, Secretary General, Ibero-American Secretariat
Norberto Morita MBA ’75, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
Southern Cross Group, Buenos Aires, and Member, Columbia
Business School Board of Overseers
Sidney Taurel MBA ’71,Chairman Emeritus, Eli Lilly and, Company,
Alberto Verme MBA ’84, Chairman Europe, Middle-East and Africa,
Citi; Member, Columbia Business School London Advisory Board; and
Member, Columbia Business School Board of Overseers
José Mará Urquiza, CEO, Banco Walmart Mexico
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