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Tuck Executive Education Welcomes New Associate Director

By Kristin Maffei

13 April 2022

We are excited to announce that Miguel Ramirez has joined the Tuck Executive Education team as associate director of business leadership programs. Ramirez’s focus will be primarily on Tuck’s open enrollment executive programs, including the Tuck Advanced Management Program (AMP) and Leadership and Strategic Impact (LSI), as well as custom executive education engagements and online educational programming.

As he gets started, Ramirez is looking forward to seeing the professional and personal impact that our programs have on executives and their organizations. “I am also excited to engage with individuals and organizations to learn more about the challenges and opportunities they face and how AMP, LSI, or a custom educational program can elevate their strategic, communication, and organizational goals,” he says. “I am looking forward to raising awareness of Tuck’s world-class executive education programs and how the tangible skills and knowledge gained can lead to everyday real-world impact.”

And, Ramirez is ready to jump in with both feet. “I am eager to fill our programs with talented and eager professionals who are unsatisfied with the status quo and are looking for ways to jump ahead of the competition they face,” he says. “My goal is to create unique, timely, and innovative learning opportunities for participants. We want to increase their knowledge base so that when they reenter their professional roles, teams, boardrooms, and lives, they are a force to be reckoned with and someone to whom others gravitate.”
 
Over the last seven years, Ramirez has worked on the TuckGO team, and since 2019, he has worked as an associate director managing business development initiatives across TuckGO’s portfolio of experiential learning courses. In this capacity, Ramirez played a central role connecting MBA student teams with clients around the globe, across industries, and project types. While ensuring these MBA projects represented a ‘real-world’ challenge – while melding the needs of clients and student development objectives – he also consistently strived to promote Tuck as a partner for sourcing exceptional talent and actionable recommendations that benefit companies from top to bottom. 
 
Additionally, over the last nine months, Ramirez has been working with the Tuck DEI team to set up their project management systems and help get several other initiatives started (Next50, Tuck Leadership Push Series, and IDEA Committee). These major Tuck initiatives have benefitted from his creative mindset and passion for DEI. 

For more information on our offerings for executives, please visit the Tuck Executive Education website.
 

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