CEO and Curator
MIT Sloan Management Review
Rolando Zubirán is a serial entrepreneur and an economic development policy specialist with a diverse professional trajectory across many companies. He advises several board of directors internationally and collaborates with various international organizations from issues ranging from sustainable development, to human rights. Currently he acts as CEO and Curator of the MIT SloanManagement Review Mexico, and serves as Commissioner to the European Tribunal of Human Rights in the Iberoamerican Commission of Human Rights for the Development of the Americas.
Academically, he holds an MBA from The University of Oxford, a Master in Public Administration from la London School of Economic, a Master in Public Affairs from Sciences Po, Paris, and a Ph.D. in Public Policy from Monterrey Institute of Technology.
Professionally he has held executive positions in several corporations such as the Alfa Group in Mexico an served as a State Minister of Economy and Director General of the National Institute for Entrepreneurship in Mexico at a Federal Level.
He has been a visiting professor at both Monterrey Tec (ITESM) and the University of Monterrey (UDEM).
In the public sector he has served as Undersecretary of Foreign Investment and International Trade for the State Government of Nuevo León, where he was later appointed Secretary of Economic Development.
He is the author of numerous articles and publications related to international issues.
He is a Member of MENSA International, an associate member of the National Institute of Public Administration Mexico (INAP), a member of the British Associations of Venture Capital and Private EquityBack