Carlos Hornstein, Associate Dean, Executive Education
We have recently welcomed Carlos Hornstein, as the new Associate Dean to the Executive Education team. Life@LBS spoke with Carlos to find out more about him and his hopes for the future.
As a new member of the LBS family, what drew you to the School and what are your first impressions? I was drawn to LBS by the academic excellence and reputation, the global perspective and the growth ambitions. I am fascinated by the diversity of the team and how dedicated, professional, engaged they are as well as well as their strong sense of belonging and purpose.
What ambitions do you have for LBS and Executive Education? I want to place LBS at the top and for it to be the go-to-School for people and organisations around the world.
How are you enjoying living in London London is truly a melting pot of cultures; I love it!
What keeps you motivated? My family and broadly speaking life and the impact on other; it is a journey, both personal and professionally.
What is the most important lesson life has taught you? Live the present and appreciate what you have.
What do you consider your greatest achievement? Building five schools for around 4,000 children in rural villages in Mali.
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given? Stay/ be positive and learn from adversity.
Tell us something surprising about you. I have travelled to more than 70 countries in all five continents, as a backpacker or business traveller, sleeping in all kinds of unique places; that’s why our Exec Ed 50th Anniversary Trailblazing theme resonates so much with me.
What are you hobbies/interest? I love sports, travel and photography.