About Maria Eugenia
Originally from Ecuador, Maria Eugenia has over 30 years of experience as a manager, consultant, and academic in various parts of the world. She specializes in helping organizations embark on comprehensive change programs to improve performance and strengthen their management capability. Her studies in organizational behavior and her practical approach allow her to crack challenging situations quickly and unlock potential.
Maria Eugenia works with boards and top teams on issues of governance, alignment, and performance transformation; advises senior HR executives on issues of leadership development, HR strategy, recruitment, and talent management; coaches and advises CEOs on transformation; and helps family-owned businesses (FOBs) and conglomerates with governance and succession issues. She is part of the team leading McKinsey's knowledge initiative on FOBs and played a key role in developing knowledge on Top Team Effectiveness.
Maria Eugenia has been a visiting scholar at the Harvard Business School and has taught in a number of customized management programs for global institutions such as the United Nations (UN) and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
|INCAE Business School
||MPhil in organizational behavior
||MA in Latin American studies/anthropology
||BA in anthropology/Latin American studies