My Themes

Leadership and Management:  Based on the principles that I have layed out in my recent book:  Passion for the Bottom Line (soon to be published the English version).

Geopolitics:  An bird’s eye view of the world with a special focus on the region I come from, Latin America.

Sustainability:  Connecting how this Agenda impacts on the long term view of different stakeholders, from Governments, to Business, to Civil Society.

All of this with a cross-cutting emphasis on the Role of Women in the XXI Century

My Conferences

I was at the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncológicas (CNIO) promoted by Women in Science Office (WISE).  My conference was about “Leadership in times of change"

I shall be at the Horasis Global Meeting in Cascais, next April 9th.  Will participate at the Closing Plenary to discuss:

Catalyzing the Benefits of Globalization

In many countries, urgent transformation is needed in the political system and in the way politicians act.  If successful globalization requires peace and peace requires sustainable development and sustainable development requires inclusive, responsive and accountable politics, how do we get there?

• Helen Clark, Former UNDP Administrator, Former Prime Minister, New Zealand

• Steve Killelea, Founder, Integrated Research,Australia

• Susana Malcorra, Senior Advisor of IE School of Global Public Affairs, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs,Argentina

• Teresa Ribeiro, Secretary of State of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Portugal

Chaired by

• Simone Filippini, President, Leadership4SDGs Foundation, Netherlands

I was at IE next January 16.  It was a very interesting exchange among panelists and with the audience.  Very rich exchange that you may watch here:



I have participated in the Diplomatic Convention of the UAE AD





In the World Economic Forum, Global Future Councils, Dubai

Globalization is being redefined politically, economically and ecologically at a moment when advanced technologies have ushered in a Fourth Industrial Revolution at a speed and scale unparalleled in human history. How will this new phase of globalization transform international and regional cooperation? Simultaneous interpretation in English and Arabic. This session is webcast live.

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In the GGI Annual Conference held in Buenos Aires

Education and Partnerships: Cornerstones of the Sustainable Development Agenda?

A high-level panel discussion, organized by the United Nations System Staff College, will reflect on the importance of partnerships for Sustainable Development with a particular focus on the role of education in producing transformative change. It will also celebrate the launch of a new Master’s Degree in International Development grounded in the 5 Ps of the 2030 Agenda: People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace and Partnership.

Discussion Title: Politics of Latin America in 2017-2018
Date & Time: Panel Discussion 3 OCTOBER 2018 4:00 – 5:30 PM
LocationConference Room 11, UNHQ New York

    Jafar Javan, Director, United Nations System Staff College
    • Amina Mohammed, Deputy Secretary-General, United Nations
    • Achim Steiner, Administrator, United Nations Development Program
    • Susana Malcorra, former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship of Argentina
    • H.E. Agustín Santos, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Spain to the United Nations
    • Manuel Muniz, Dean, IE School of Global and Public Affairs

Munich Young Leaders Annual Meeting

Discussion Title: Politics of Latin America in 2017-2018
Date & Time: Saturday, September 29, 2018 / 10:30 – 12:00
Location:  IE Campus, Aula Magna, Calle Maria de Molina 11, 28006 Madrid

Speaker: (In speaking order)
  • Susana Malcorra 
    Former Foreign Minister of Foreign Affairs of Argentina; Former Under Secretary-General of the United Nations for Field Support, Madrid
  • Michael Reid
    Latin American Columnist and Senior Editor, The Economist, Madrid
  • Moderator: Manuel Muniz
    Dean, IE School of Global and Public Affairs, Madrid; MYL 2017

Susana Malcorra, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Argentina Sheikh Ahmed bin Jassim Al Thani, Minister of Economy and Commerce, Qatar Sir Alan Duncan, Minister o…

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On Monday, June 15, the Foreign Policy program at Brookings hosted Susana Malcorra, Chief of Staff to the United Nations Secretary-General for a discussion exploring how the organization is adapting to new geopolitical, transnational, and sub-state challenges.

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We sat down with Foreign Minister of Argentina Susana Malcorra and asked what question she hoped the audience would ask her during her Council event. Find ou…

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Susana Malcorra, Argentina’s foreign minister and a candidate for UN secretary-general, discusses her outlook on the future of Argentina and U.S.-Latin Ameri…

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