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Alexandre Perez Casares

Perez -Casares, Alexandre

Perez -Casares, Alexandre

President and Co-founder, The Altius Society, London;
Former strategy consultant, McKinsey Europe, and Brazil

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President and Co-founder, The Altius Society, London;
Former strategy consultant, McKinsey Europe, and Brazil

Alexandre Perez Casares is President and co-founder of The Altius Society. His interests include technology development, venture capital investing, and international political economy. Previously, he has been a private equity investment executive at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts in London, an investment-banking associate at Goldman Sachs New York in the Financial Institutions Group, and a strategy consultant at McKinsey Europe and Brazil. From 2009 to 2012, Alexandre attended the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he earned his MBA, and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, where he graduated with a Master in Public Administration. He also holds an MSc and BSc in Industrial Engineering from the University of Valladolid. He finished his undergraduate studies summa cum laude in 2006 and earned the National Prize by the Spanish Minister of Education awarded to the top-3 engineering graduates in the country. He has been awarded the Rafael del Pino Foundation, Carolina Foundation, Caja Madrid and Fulbright scholarships. He has published policy and opinion pieces in publications such as the Financial Times and the New York Times.

ARTICLES BY THIS AUTHOR

Educating for the Future: Empowering the Human Mind and Redefining Values and Citizenship in the Age of Technological Disruption*
 Get Full Text in PDF Abstract What are the goals of education, and how should they be interpreted in our time? The challenges posed by the emergence of technologies like Artificial Intelligence demand a renewed reflection on the nature and scope of the educational process, in order to address the question of how to educate the human mind to cope with these problems and opportunities. The aim of this paper is to explore a framework for the relationship between education, values and new...