Deusto Business School Leadership Lunches are aimed at corporate executives so that they can learn first-hand about business success stories and realities of organizations of great public and financial relevance.
Lunch meetings will be held under Chatham House Rules. The rule will apply unless the lunch is attended by a journalist, in which case participants will be informed about the journalist’s attendance.
Daniel Villanueva is a Spanish Jesuit, a computer engineer from the University of Valladolid, a graduate in moral social theology from Boston College and he holds a Global Executive MBA from Georgetown University and ESADE.
He also holds a postgraduate degree in Humanitarian Aid from Fordham University and in Leadership, Innovation and NGO Management from ESADE.
He specialises mainly in networks, digital communications, international cooperation and education and combines his experience in team management with his religious status.
He has held several positions at Fundación Entreculturas since 2008: coordinator of the Africa department (2008-2011), deputy director (2012-2014), general director (2015-2017) and executive vice-president of this Foundation and Alboan since 2018.
He is responsible for International Cooperation of the Society of Jesus in Spain.
He is also member of international governing bodies such as the International Federation of Faith and Joy and is Vice-President at Xavier Network and Georgetown University.
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