Through his expertise in strategic growth and innovation, he develops others to lead organizational change, navigate strategic conversations and deploy design thinking principles to achieve extraordinary results.
Dr. Sanchez-Burks has served as the Faculty Director of the Office of Action-Based Learning and has served as the Director of the Executive MBA Leadership Development Program at the University of Michigan, Ross School of Business (2013-2017). He is also the Faculty Director of custom designed executive education leadership programs for Fortune 100 companies. His experience in leadership development spans diverse organizations, from healthcare to global financial and service organizations, to culture and arts institutions to NGOs.
Given to Dr. Sanchez-Burks in recognition of his extraordinary contributions to the Ross School of Business Executive Education Program through his strong leadership and development of programs that promote active cutting-edge learning.
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