Executive in Residence
Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Park End Street
Andrienne d’Arenberg has recently joined Oxford University’s Saïd Business School as an Executive in Residence, after having headed the World Economic Forum Family Business Community. In the latter role, she engaged leading multi-generational families in conversations aimed at creating positive social and environmental change and anticipating the forces transforming business and society.
In her role as an EiR, Andrienne will partner on projects to amplify the impact of our research and teaching on ownership and the responsibility of business. She will work with the School to develop the Oxford Programme on Responsible Ownership and contribute to the teaching programme.
She started her career in Vienna with Deutsche Bank and Merrill Lynch in private banking then moved to Geneva as a partner in a consultancy firm for 10 years, developing trusted relationships with a variety of high-level stakeholders from business, politics, international organisations, NGOs and academia and advising them on strategy, communication and stakeholders' engagement.
Andrienne holds a BSc. from London School of Economic and Political Sciences and completed different Executive Certificates from the IMD Business School (High Performing Boards), MIT (Artificial Intelligence: Implication for Business Strategy), Harvard (Sustainable Business Practices), the Graduate Institute (Advocacy in International Affairs) and London School of Economic and Political Sciences (MBA Essentials).
She sits on the boards of several academic and cultural institutions, including the Advisory Council of The Ownership Project at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School.