Santiago Viteri is an industrial engineer with more than seven years of experience in developing markets managing technological transitions in banks and financial institutions. He is currently a candidate in the Full-Time MBA program at Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business, majoring in Sustainability and Computer Information.
A seasoned negotiator, results-oriented business and technology professional, Santiago is seeking a sustainability manager position that requires strong business and organizational leadership skills, broad knowledge of sustainable practices, and experience in strategic business and technology planning.
Santiago works as a GRI data partner report analyst for the Governance & Accountability Institute analyzing hundreds of sustainability reports to be included in the GRI's Sustainability Reporting database and collaborating on the research and publication of “Sustainability – What Matters?”, a comprehensive report analyzing the disclosure of over 1500 organizations from 35 sectors, and their disclosure levels of all 84 GRI sustainability performance indicators.
Honor Roll 2013