Susana Malcorra

Argentina  |  Dean, IE School of Global and Public Affairs

Former Chef de Cabinet, United Nations, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs & Worship, Government of Argentina

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Susana Malcorra is the dean for the IE School of Global and Public Affairs. She served as minister of foreign affairs and worship for Argentina from 2015 to 2017. After stepping down, she continued to work as a special advisor to President Macri, coordinating Argentina’s preparations for hosting the WTO, and preparing for the 2018 G-20 Summit in Buenos Aires. In 2012, she was appointed by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon as chef de cabinet to the executive office of the United Nations. Malcorra also served as the United Nations under-secretary-general for field support from 2008 to 2015, and as chief operating officer and deputy executive director of the World Food Programme (WFP), where she oversaw emergency and humanitarian operations in more than 80 countries. Before joining the WFP, Malcorra had more than 25 years of experience in the private sector, including at IBM Argentina and Telecom Argentina, where she eventually served as CEO.  

 

Malcorra joined the Dialogue as a Member in 2018.


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Susana Malcorra and Rebeca Grynspan Video

Members in the News: Susana Malcorra and Rebeca Grynspan

Dialogue members Susana Malcorra and Rebeca Grynspan are participating in a thought leadership series titled “Women’s Voices for an Equal Future.” The series is organized by the United Nations System Staff College (UNSSC) and the Group of Women Leaders Voices for Change and Inclusion (GWL-Voices). 

In pursuit of what matters: passion for the bottom line

Member in the News: Susana Malcorra

Dialogue member Susana Malcorra, dean of the School of Public and Global Affairs at IE University, has published a new book titled In Pursuit of What Matters: Passion for the Bottom Line.

united nations security council

Members in the News: Rebeca Grynspan, Susana Malcorra & Christiana Figueres

On April 9, members of the “Group of Women Leaders, Voices for Change and Inclusion” called on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to address the Covid-19 crisis in an electronically signed letter. Amongst the notable signatories are Dialogue members Christiana Figueres, Rebeca Grynspan, and Susana Malcorra.