Felipe Montoro Jens

Professional at Marañon Energia SA

Felipe Montoro Jens

Felipe Montoro Jens

Professional at Marañon Energia SA

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123

Number of Boards

12

Birthday

1971

Age

47

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Head-Personnel, Planning & Communications at Odebrecht SA

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Executive Director at Nordeste Quimica SA

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Chief Executive Officer at Construtora Norberto Odebrecht SA

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Senior Officer of Operations & Executive Director at Grupo Odebrecht SA

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Head-Institutional Relations at Odebrecht SA

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Professional at Odebrecht SA

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President-Advocacy Committee at American Chamber Of Commerce For Brazil São Paulo

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Chief Executive Officer at Odebrecht SA

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Chief Executive Officer at Odebrecht Agroindustrial SA

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Head-Global Economy Center at Fundação Getúlio Varga

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Felipe Montoro Jens
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Education

FGV was founded in 1944, is a world renowned center for quality education dedicated to promoting Brazil's economic and social development. With eight schools, two research institutes, technical assistance projects and a publishing unit, FGV is ranked one of the top think tanks and top higher education institutions in the world.

Since our inception in 1946, Thunderbird has focused exclusively on educating global leaders in the intricacies of international management. While other business schools scramble to add global curriculum and keep pace, Thunderbird remains firmly at the forefront. That’s because all we do, all we are, is global. It’s not part of what we offer. It’s everything we offer. We educate global leaders who create sustainable prosperity worldwide. We will dramatically grow our positive impact in a world economy in dire need of the global leadership talent we were founded to provide. Global leaders are entrusted with authority, governance and influence over people and profits. But more than that, leaders are entrusted with responsibility and accountability. Their actions hold great power – to create or destroy value, to build communities or tear them down, to establish a society of stability or one of volatility. Conducting business as ethical global citizens is paramount. And at Thunderbird, it’s our pledge. Read Thunderbird's Professional Oath of Honor. Thunderbird History Thunderbird School of Global Management is the oldest and largest graduate school for international business in the United States. Founded in 1946, the school reflected the post-World War II shift toward a global economy and has changed with the times to provide international business leaders with the tools they need to be successful in today's culturally diverse business environment. Read more about Thunderbird's rich history and legacy. Ranked Among the World's Best Thunderbird consistently ranks #1 in the world in international business education and among the top 10 worldwide in executive education

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2011 World Economic Forum on Latin America

The foundation for a Latin American decade was at the core of the 2011 World Economic Forum on Latin America in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The meeting was held at an exceptional time in Latin American history, with most countries well positioned for economic growth, and most of them willing to engage actively on international issues. The region’s main challenge is to set realistic targets to be attained by the end of the decade, and to mobilize to reach them in a global landscape in deep transformation. To address this challenge, 750 top regional and global leaders from 45 countries convened around three thematic pillars: 1) Strengthening Regional and International Governance; 2) Enhancing Innovation and Productivity for Equitable Growth; and 3) Promoting Effective Partnerships for Sustainable Development.