Albert Rivera, founder of Ciudadanos and a lawyer by profession, has left behind his stage in the offices after being fired from the Martínez-Echevarría law firm to enroll in a new educational project in which he will teach classes in the Master's in Business Administration of the Chamber of Valencia trade.
The call for the Executive MBA specializing in digital transformation and global competence, incorporates Rivera into its teaching team, made up of highly prestigious consultants, managers and advisors. The former political leader will be in charge of giving the subjects of entrepreneurship and leadership, key areas for the training of entrepreneurs.
Apart from his journey in politics, Rivera has held the position of legal advisor at La Caixa, executive president of Martínez-Echevarría and currently chairs the digital consulting startup Meeting Lawyers.
Apart from Rivera, the study program will include the participation of other professional consultants such as the former president of Google Spain and Portugal Isabel Aguilera, the former director of Vueling and CEPSA José Manuel Toledano and the World Bank analyst and consultant, Mario Weitz.