The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has announced the appointment of Peter Tufano to its board of directors as one of four new members.
‘The Council is committed to advancing the art and science of admissions, and our board plays an integral role in helping to ensure that talent matched with aspiration can always benefit from the best business school education possible,’ said Sangeet Chowfla, president and CEO of GMAC. ‘Each of our new directors brings a global perspective and specific expertise that will further the organization’s mission, and I personally look forward to working with these seasoned leaders.
‘Peter Tufano’s university-centered approach to business education, his transatlantic experience at Harvard and Oxford, and his background in both finance and entrepreneurship will be invaluable,’ stated Chowfla.
A non-profit association of 220 leading global business schools GMAC’s board includes representatives from member schools and industry. Other new members joining Peter for a four-year term are: Munish Sapra, Assistant Dean at Indian School of Business; Stephanie Villemagne, Associate Dean of Graduate Programmes at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School; and Martin Boehm, Dean and Professor of Marketing at IE Business School.
‘Our new directors bring a global mindset and great insights to share,’ stated Chowfla.