We are very proud to announce that in June 2010 Armando Dal Colletto, Dean of the Business School São Paulo (BSP), was elected to the Board of Trustees of the Executive MBA Council (EMBAC). The mission of the EMBA Council is to foster excellence and innovation in Executive MBA Programs. The Executive MBA Council has more than 200 member schools (diverse in size and scope) as well as many corporate sponsors from throughout Europe, Asia and the Americas, as well as programs that extend across national borders.
Dean Dal Colletto will be the first Brazilian to serve on the Council’s Board and BSP will be the first Brazilian institution represented on the Board (the second Latin American institution, after INCAE). Dean Armando Dal Colletto has participated in the EMBA Council since 2007, sharing his experience and building an open dialogue with member business schools on the practices, challenges and future direction of executive education.
As a leader in business and management education in Brazil and Latin America, BSP has a long term commitment to excellence in business education and actively participates in Associations that share this goal. Some of BSP’s other strategic partners include: the Association of MBAs, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB International), the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), and the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).
Dean Dal Colletto’s experience as Board member and Chair of ANAMBA (Brazil’s MBA Accreditation Association) together with his extensive experience in executive education in Brazil will help him make valuable and lasting contributions to the EMBA Council and to strengthen the bonds between Latin American higher education institutions and the global higher education community.
Please join Laureate International Universities and BSP in congratulating Armando for this important international recognition and for his future role as Board Representative of the EMBA Council.
For more information on the EMBA Council, please visit their website: www.emba.org