Alan Gegenschatz

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Alan Gegenschatz

In 2010 Alan decide to leave the corporate word. He did extensive travelling and after a period for re-thinking and re-inventing himself, he reinforced his sense of role and duty towards greater challenges through service to other leaders.

A co-created and collective effort is required for the next world construction stage and thus, he is building and working towards generating a new balance between, on the one hand self-consciousness and on the other hand economical wealth, environmental, social and political sustainability. Recently he organized the first “Experiment in Silence” in Patagonia for business leaders from Latam. A 2nd retreat is planned for April 2017 in Uruguay.

During the last years he served as Board Member and advisor in international and local companies from different industries. He recently become International Business Partner of Renaissance Executive Forums Argentina where he support CEOs and company owners. He seeks ways to explore their challenges in life.

In 2013 he joined the Advisory Board of Spirit of Humanity Forum.

He worked as the CEO of TNT in Argentina for 11 years, while previously he worked for other important private, governmental and multinational companies.

He was appointed as President of the Board of FUNDES Argentina, and Nuevos Aires, supporting from there the competitive development of Micro, Small and Medium Companies.

He was co-founder of Equitas 1, the first sustainable venture capital in Argentina.

He received the "Iluminis Award" and “Space to take Place” award.

Alan was co-writer of two books, Nuevos Lideres and Voces Argentinas.

He graduated from UCA University, he took MBA, and trainings in UCES, Salvador University, CCL, Darden, Warwick, St. Andrews, IE, LEAD, Cambridge, IAE and became an IFS practitioner.

He enjoys traveling, learning, bike riding, running, skiing, trekking and sharing time outdoors with family and friends. Born in Argentina, he is married and has two boys.

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