Pr. Nadine TOURNOIS, Dean IAE Nice, Speaker at the Harvard Leadership Conference 2017

Harvard Leadership Conference 2017 is a Harvard-Wide Event. The conference brings together world leading experts from Harvard and beyond in the fields of Religion, Arts, Education, Health, Government, Security, Business, and Politics to highlight the challenges and opportunities waiting to be seized and disrupted.

Professor Nadine TOURNOIS, Dean of IAE Nice Graduate School of Management has been invited as a Speaker during the Harvard Graduate Council Leadership Conference 2017 on Saturday, April 8th, 2017.

The conference brings together world leading experts from Harvard and beyond in the fields of Religion, Arts, Education, Health, Government, Security, Business, and Politics to highlight the challenges and opportunities waiting to be seized and disrupted. 

Speakers from industries such as social development, business, finance, entertainment will discuss key leadership attributes that lead to success. Speakers include Sri Raj Bhowmik (Founder of Soulbath Peace Foundation), Dennis Benzan (Former Vice Mayor, Cambridge), Irina Paradnaya (Former Executive Producer, Bolshoi Theater), Harold Kent Heredia (UN General Assembly Advisor, Philippines), Pavel Krapivin (Former VP of Warner Bros. Entertainment).

Pr. Nadine TOURNOIS

Nadine Tournois is a former Vice-President of University of Nice Sophia Antipolis and the former vice-chancellor of the Academy. Currently, she is professor at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis in France, and the Dean of the IAE Nice Graduate School of Management. She served as the chair of several international conferences, and has developped many international collaborations with universities from all over the world, where she uses to teach and to give conferences.Before becoming a Professor, she has been working at Texas-Instruments and IBM and consultant for french and foreign banks. She is Chevalier of the Order of the Legion of Honour, and is involved in humanitarian activities.

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