Herminia IBARRAThe Cora Chaired Professor of Leadership & LearningProfessor of Organizational BehaviorINSEADBoulevard de Constance77305 - Fontainebleau Cedex, FrancePhone: ( 33) 1 60 98 30 53 / E-mail: [email protected] page: iles/hibarraBlog: http://www.herminiaibarra.comAPPOINTMENTSINSEADThe Cora Chaired Professor of Leadership and Learning, 2007Chaired Professor of Organizational Behavior, 2002-2007Harvard University, Graduate School of Business AdministrationProfessor, 1998-2002Associate Professor, 1994-1998Assistant Professor, 1989-1994Yale School of Management, Teaching Fellow, 1985-1989Université Libre de Bruxelles, Research Fellow, Belgium, 1984-1985EDUCATIONPh.D., Organizational Behavior, Yale University, 1989M.Phil., M.A., Organizational Behavior, Yale University, 1988B.A., summa cum laude, Psychology, University of Miami, 1982Honors:Thinkers50 (#28), 2011Association of Executive Search Consultants, Best Article Award, 2010Academy of Management, Best Paper Award, MED, 2009EFMD Best Case Award, 2008Greenhill Award, Harvard Business School, 1996Yale University Fellowship, 1986-1987, 1988-1989Belgian American Educational Foundation Fellowship, 1984-1985National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship, 1982-1984, 1985-1986Outstanding Student in Psychology, Outstanding Woman Graduate, General Honors,

Departmental Honors in Psychology, University of Miami, 1982RESEARCHBook:Ibarra, H. (2003) Working Identity: Unconventional Strategies for Reinventing YourCareer. Harvard Business School Press.Articles:Ely, R., Ibarra, H., & Kolb, D. (2011) “Taking Gender into Account: Theory and Designfor Women's Leadership Development Programs.” Academy of Management Learning &Education, September, 10 (3): 474-493.Ibarra, H & Hansen, M. (2011) “Are You a Collaborative Leader?” Harvard BusinessReview, July-August, 89 (7/8): 68-74.Ibarra, H., Carter, N. & Silva, C. (2010) “Why Men Still Get More Promotions ThanWomen,” Harvard Business Review, September, 88 (9): 80-126.Ibarra, H. & Barbulescu, R. (2010) “Identity as Narrative: A Process Model of NarrativeIdentity Work in Macro Work Role Transition.” Academy of Management Review,January, 35 (1): 135-154.Hansen, M., Ibarra, H. & Peyer U. (2010) “The Best Performing CEOs in the World,”Harvard Business Review, January-February, 88 (1): 104-113. AESC 2010 BestResearch Article Award.Ibarra, H. & Petriglieri, J., (2010) “Identity Work and Play.” Journal of OrganizationalChange Management, January-February, 23 (1): 10-25.Guillen, L. & Ibarra, H. (2009) “Seasons of a Leader‟s Development: Beyond a One-SizeFits-All Approach to Leadership Development.” Academy of Management Best PaperProceedings. AOM 2009 Best Paper Award, Management Education and Development(MED) Division.Ibarra, H. & Obodaru, O., (2009) “Women and the „Vision Thing.‟” Harvard BusinessReview, January, 87 (1): 62-70.Ibarra, H. & Hunter, M. (2007) “How Leaders Create and Use Networks.” HarvardBusiness Review, January, 85 (1): 40-47.Ibarra, H., Kilduff, M. & Tsai, W. (2005) “Zooming in and Out: Individuals andCollectivities at the New Frontiers for Organizational Network Research.” OrganizationScience, July-August, 16 (4): 359-371.Herminia Ibarra – March 2012Page 2/14

Ibarra, H. & Lineback, L.K. (2005) “What‟s Your Story?” Harvard Business Review,January, 83 (1): 64-71.Ibarra, H. (2002) “How to Stay Stuck in the Wrong Career.” Harvard Business Review,December, 80 (12): 40-48.Ibarra, H. (2000) “Making Partner: A Mentors Guide to the Psychological Journey.”Harvard Business Review, March-April, 78 (2): 146-155.Ibarra, H. (1999) “Provisional Selves: Experimenting with Image and Identity inProfessional Adaptation.” Administrative Science Quarterly, 44 (4): 764-791.Ibarra, H. (1997) “Paving an Alternate Route: Gender Differences in Network Strategiesfor Career Development.” Social Psychology Quarterly, 60 (1): 91-102.Ibarra, H. (1995) “Race, Opportunity and Diversity of Social Circles in ManagerialManagers' Networks.” Academy of Management Journal, 38 (3): 673-703.Ibarra, H. & Andrews, S. (1993) “Power, Social Influence and Sense Making: Effects ofNetwork Centrality and Proximity on Employee Perceptions.” Administrative ScienceQuarterly, 38 (2): 277-303.Ibarra, H. (1993) “Network Centrality, Power and Innovation Involvement: Determinantsof Technical and Administrative Roles.” Academy of Management Journal, 36 (3): 471501.Ibarra, H. (1993) “Personal Networks of Women and Minorities in Management: AConceptual Framework.” Academy of Management Review, 18 (1): 56-87.Ibarra, H. (1992) “Homophily and Differential Returns: Sex Differences in NetworkStructure and Access in an Advertising Firm.” Administrative Science Quarterly, 37 (3):422-447. Reprinted in Kilduff M. & Shipilov A. Classics in Networks Research. Sage,2011.Chapters:Ibarra, H., Snook, S, & Guillen, L. (2010) “Identity-Based Leader Development,” InNohria, N and R. Khurana (Eds.), Handbook of Leadership Theory and Practice: AHarvard Business School Centennial. Harvard Business School Press.Ibarra, H. & Deshpande, P. (2007) “Networks and Identities: Reciprocal Influences onCareer Processes and Outcomes.” In M. Peiperl and H. Gunz (Eds), The Handbook ofCareer Studies.Ibarra, H. (2006) “Career Change.” In Jeffrey H. Greenhaus and Gerard A. Callanan,(Eds. pp. 77-82), The Encyclopedia of Career Development. Sage Publications Inc.Herminia Ibarra – March 2012Page 3/14

Ibarra, H. (2005) “Our Many Possible Selves.” In Coughlin L., Wingard E. & Hollihan(K., Eds. pp. 199-214), Enlightened Power: How Women Are Transforming the Path toLeadership. Jossey-Bass Publishers.Ibarra, H. (2001) “Making Partner: A Mentors Guide to the Psychological Journey.” InHarvard Business Review on Finding and Keeping the Best People. Harvard BusinessSchool Press.Ibarra, H. (2000) “Gender and Work-Related Networks.” In Paula England (Ed.) TheInternational Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences.Ibarra, H. & Smith-Lovin, L. (1997) “New Directions in Social Network Research onGender and Careers.” In Jackson S. & Cooper C. (Eds. pp. 361-383), A Handbook forFuture Research in Organizational Behavior. J. Wiley.Ibarra, H. (1992) “Structural Alignments, Individual Strategies, and Managerial Action:Elements Towards a Network Theory of Getting Things Done.” In N. Nohria & R.G.Eccles (Eds.), Networks and Organizations: Structure, Form and Action. HarvardBusiness School Publishing Press.Other publications (excluding blogs):“The Best Performing CEOs in China” (with Luo R., Hansen M., & Peyer U.).Forthcoming in Harvard Business Review China.“The Best Performing CEOs in Latin America” (with Fragueiro F., Hansen M., & U.Peyer). Harvard Business Review Latin America & Brazil, March 2012.“The Best Performing CEOs in India” (with Vissa, B., Hansen M., & Peyer U.).Forthcoming in Business Today, January, 2012.Ibarra, H. (2011) “Finding Hard Ways to Measure „Soft‟ Leadership, 'The HBR Agenda2011,” Harvard Business Review, Jan-Feb, 89 (1/2): 48-49.Ibarra, H. (2010) “The Gender Gap.” Video and article, INSEAD Knowledge.Zahidi, S. & Ibarra, H. (2010) The Corporate Gender Gap Report. World EconomicForum.Ibarra, H (2010) “Ranking the World's Best CEOs.” Podcast, Harvard Business Review.Ibarra, H (2010) “Women Are Over-Mentored (But Under-Sponsored),” Podcast,Harvard Business Review.Ibarra, H, Hansen, M. & Peyer U. (2010) “Want to Be a Chief Executive? Get an MBA”,Financial Times.Ibarra, H, Hansen, M. & Peyer U. (2010) “Why do MBAs make better CEOs?”, BusinessHerminia Ibarra – March 2012Page 4/14

Week.Hansen, M., Ibarra, H, & Peyer U. (2010) “Does an MBA Really Help a CEO to AddValue?”, Financial Times.Hansen, M., Ibarra, H, & Peyer U. (2010) “CEOs: the definitive global top 200”, ChiefExecutive Magazine.Ibarra, H (2009) “Women and the Vision Thing.” Video interview, INSEAD Knowledge.Ibarra, H. (2008) “Moving Up” & “Moving Out.” Video lectures, Financial Times.Ibarra, H & Hunter, M. (2008) “Leadership Networking.” Criticaleye Review.Ibarra, H. (2007) “Leadership Networking.” Podcast, INSEAD Knowledge.Ibarra, H. (2007) “Leader as Entrepreneur,” Interview with Vivienne Cox, Leadercastseries, INSEAD Knowledge.Ibarra, H. (2004) “Tough Lessons on the Road to Leadership.” The Financial Times.Ibarra, H. (2004) “Men and Women of the Corporation and The Change Masters:Practical Theories for Changing Times.” Commentary, Academy of ManagementExecutive.Ibarra, H. (2004) “Breakthrough Ideas for 2004.” Harvard Business Review.Ibarra, H. (2004) (Academic Advisor). Harvard Business Essentials on Coaching andMentoring. Harvard Business School Publishing.Ibarra, H. (2003) “Managing Take-off and Re-entry.” European Business Journal, 14.Ibarra, H. (2003) “Lifting the Corporate Barriers for Women.” In Pickford J. (Ed.)Mastering People Management. Prentice Hall.Ibarra, H. (2002) Preface to Hurstel, Pierre, “L’Entreprise Réparatrice ou le NouvelEpanouissement.” Maxima Editions.Ibarra, H. (1995) “Gender Differences in Managerial Behavior: The Ongoing Debate.” InGentile M. (Ed.), Managerial Excellence through Diversity. Irwin.Work in Progress:Ibarra, H, Petriglieri, G. & Day, D. “ Identity-based perspectives on leadership.” Invitedchapter in preparation for the Oxford Handbook of Leadership and Organizations.Herminia Ibarra – March 2012Page 5/14

Ibarra, H. Leadershift: Overcome Identity Traps and Transition to Leadership. Bookmanuscript in progress, with HBR Press.Ibarra, H & Obodaru, O. “Between and Betwixt: Identity Transition and Liminality inNon-Institutionalized Career Change.”Ibarra, H. & Petriglieri, J., “Impossible Selves: Image Strategies and Identity Processes inWomen‟s Leadership Development.”Academic Presentations and Conferences:Ely, R., Ibarra, H., & Kolb, D. “Developing a Leadership Identity: Challenges for WomenLeaders,” Paper presented at Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meetings, SanAntonio, 2011.Barbulescu, R., Tosti-Kharas, J. & Ibarra, H. “Moving Away, Moving On, or StayingLocked In: Narratives of Coping with Unemployment.” Paper presented at the Academyof Management (AOM) Annual Meeting, Montreal, 2010.“Identity Traps in Transition to Leadership Roles” Paper presented at New Directions inLeadership Research Conference (sponsored by the Duke-Erasmus-Wharton-INSEADLeadership Initiatives), Rotterdam, 2010.“Seasons of a Leader‟s Development: Beyond a One-Size-Fits-All Approach toLeadership Development.” Paper presented at Academy of Management (AOM) AnnualMeetings, Chicago, 2009; Best Paper Award, MED Division.“The People Make the Place: the Impact of Relationships on OrganizationalIdentification”: Paper presented at Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meetings,Chicago, 2009.“Identity as Narrative: A Process Model of Narrative Identity Work in Macro Work RoleTransition”: INSEAD-LBS OB Conference, Fontainebleau, 2008.“Leadership Development during Midlife: A Turning Point in Career Advancement”: Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meetings, Anaheim, 2008 INSEAD-Wharton Leadership Conference, Fontainebleau, 2008 (co-organizer)“Impossible Selves: Identity Threat and Image Strategies in Women‟s CareerTransitions”: Yale OB Summer Camp, New Haven, 2008.“Identity-Based Leader Development”: INSEAD-Wharton Leadership Conference, Fontainebleau, 2008 Harvard Business School Centennial Leadership Conference, Boston, 2008Herminia Ibarra – March 2012Page 6/14

“Gender Differences in Self-Evaluations and Observer Evaluations of Executives: AComparison and Integration of Three Theories”: INSEAD-Wharton LeadershipConference, Fontainebleau, 2008.“The Power of Possible Selves”: Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meetings,Philadelphia, 2007.“Forms and Functions of Narrative”: Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meetings,Philadelphia, 2007.“Career Myths and Realities for the 21st Center”: the Free University of Amsterdam,Inaugural Keynote, Careers Research Center, 2007.“Identity as Narrative”: Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS) Conference, University ofMichigan, 2006 AOM Annual Meetings, Atlanta, 2006“Research and Identity”: AOM Annual Meetings, Atlanta, 2006.“Identity Transitions: Possible Selves, Liminality and the Dynamics of Career Change”:the 10th Annual Wharton OB Conference, 2004.“Leadership: Bridging the Theory-Practice Divide”: Manpower-INSEAD Conference2004 (organizer).“Shifting Connections: The Role of Relationships in Career Transition and Change”:AOM Annual Meetings, Seattle, 2003. Best Symposium Award, OMT Division.“Identity Play/Identities in Play: Learning, Experimentation and Dynamics of Transition”:AOM Annual Meetings, Seattle, 2003.“Becoming: Identity, Social Networks and the Dynamics of Transition”: AOM AnnualMeetings, Seattle, 2003 (Symposium organizer).“Career Evolution: Perspectives for Rethinking Managerial and ProfessionalDevelopment”: the Harvard Business School Conference, London, 2002 (organizer).“Working Identity: Becoming and the Dynamics of Role Transition”: Organization Science Winter Conference, 2003 Macro-organization Society (MOBS), 2002 LBS faculty seminar, London, 2002 Harvard Business School Careers Conference, London, 2002 INSEAD faculty seminar, 2000Herminia Ibarra – March 2012Page 7/14

EGOS conference, Helsinki, 2000 NYU Stern School, 2000“Identity, Improvisation and Personal Transformation”: All-Academy Symposium, AOMAnnual Meetings, Chicago, 1999.“Psychological Factors in Network Creation and Change”: AOM Annual Meetings,Chicago, 1999 (Symposium co-organizer).“Provisional Selves: Experimenting with Image and Identity in Professional Adaptation”: Faculty Colloquium, ESSEC, Paris, France, 1999 HBS Alumni Reunions, 1999 Royal Complutense Program at Harvard, 1999 Faculty Colloquium, Wharton, 1999 OB Seminar Series, INSEAD, France, 1998 Faculty Colloquium, IESE, Barcelona, Spain, 1998 OB Seminar Series, Stanford University, 1998 Boston College, 1997 University of Texas, Austin, 1996 University of Pennsylvania, Wharton, 1996 Yale University, 1996 University of Michigan, ICOS, 1996 AOM Annual Meeting, Cincinnati,1996 Stanford Business School, Power and Influence Conference, 1996 MIT Sloan School, Organization Studies Colloquium, 1996 Columbia Business School, University of Illinois, 1996“The Relationship Paradox: Gender and the Strength of Network Ties”: EGOS Conference, Istanbul, 1995 AOM Annual Meeting, Vancouver, 1995 (Chairperson, Chain Mail Walls orGlass Ceilings? Social Structural Perspectives on Gender and Careers) Berkeley, Haas School, 1995“Untangling the „Web of Interconnections:‟ Pragmatics of Gender Differences inManagerial Networks”: Duke University, Fuqua School of Business Administration, 1995 University of Chicago, Workshop on the Social Structure of Competition, 1994 Northwestern University, Kellogg School, Organizational BehaviorColloquium, 1994 Columbia University, Center for the Social Sciences, 1994 AOM Annual Meetings, Dallas, 1994 Asilomar Conference, Stanford Center for Organizational Research, 1993 MIT Organization Studies Group Seminar Series, 1993 Sunbelt International Network Conference, 1993Herminia Ibarra – March 2012Page 8/14

“Race, Opportunity and Diversity of Social Circles in Managerial Networks”: Cornell, Johnson School Colloquium, 1993 AOM Annual Meetings, Atlanta, 1993 European Social Network Conference, 1993“Network Organization: Fad or Fashion?”: European Group for Organizational Studies,Annual Conference 1993.“A Social Network Perspective on Managing Diversity”: AOM Annual Meetings, LasVegas, 1992.“Informal Networks of Women and Minorities in Management”: Institute for Labor Relations, Faculty Colloquia, Cornell University, 1992 Sunbelt International Network Conference, 1992“Network Centrality, Social Influence, and Perceptions of Organizational Conditions”:AOM Annual Meetings, Miami, 1991 (Symposium chair).“Effects of Network Centrality on Perceptions of Organizational Conditions”: SunbeltInternational Network Conference, 1990.“Women's Access to Informal Networks at Work: An Intergroup Perspectives”: AOMAnnual Meetings, San Francisco,1990 (Co-chairperson).“Structural Alignments, Individual Strategies, and Managerial Action: Elements toward aNetwork Theory of Getting Things Done”: Networks and Organization Conference,Harvard Business School, 1990.Invited Conferences & Presentations:“The Future of Human Capital,” Facilitator, World Economic Forum, Davos, 2012.“Meeting the Diversity Challenge,” Facilitator, World Economic Forum, Davos, 2012.“Transition to Leadership,” Corporate Research Forum, London, 2011.“Women on Boards: Obstacles and Opportunities,” MEDEF, INSEAD GovernanceInitiative, Paris, 2011.“Are You a Collaborative Leader?” Harvard Business Review Webinars, 2011.“Leading in a Hyper-connected World,” IdeasLab with INSEAD, World EconomicForum, Davos, 2011.“A New Values Framework for New Realities,” Discussion leader, World EconomicForum, Davos, 2011.“Ethical Norms in a New Reality,” Facilitator, World Economic Forum, Davos, 2011.Herminia Ibarra – March 2012Page 9/14

Global Agenda Councils Conference, World Economic Forum, Dubai, 2010.“The Sponsor Effect,” Panel moderator, Hidden Brain Drain Summit, Center for WorkLife Policy, New-York, 2010.Gender Diversity in Management,” Panel moderator, Closing the Global Gender Gap:The Business Case for Organizations, Politics and Society,” Harvard Kennedy School,2010.“Women and the Transition to Senior Leadership”, INSEAD Women in Businessconference,” INSEAD, 2010.“Rethinking the CEO Effect,” IdeasLab with INSEAD, World Economic Forum, Davos,2010.“Rethinking Leadership Development,” Discussion leader, World Economic Forum,Davos, 2010.“The Nature of Intelligence,” Panel moderator, World Economic Forum, Davos, 2010.“Researching Leadership Development: What‟s to Be Done?”, Session chair, INSEADLeadership Conference, 2009.Global Agenda Councils Conference, World Economic Forum, Dubai, 2009.“Learning for Transition,” Harvard Business School Leadership Conference, Boston,2009.“New Leadership Models,” IdeasLab with INSEAD, World Economic Forum, Davos,2009.“When Business as Usual is No Longer an Option,” Discussion leader, World EconomicForum, Davos, 2009.“Growth Through Innovation,” Discussion leader, World Economic Forum, Davos, 2009.“Is Crisis a Threat or an Opportunity for Talent? Share your Success Story,” Panelmoderator, World Economic Forum, Davos, 2009.Global Agenda Councils Launch, World Economic Forum, Dubai, 2008.“Crossing the Crevasse: The Global Story,” Hidden Brain Drain TaskforceSummit, New-York, 2008.“The Corporate Treasure Hunt,” Panel moderator, World Economic Forum, Davos, 2008.“The New Demography,” Panel moderator, World Economic Forum, Davos, 2008.“Women Leading Corporate Change.” Nestle, World Economic Forum, Davos, 2008.“Making the Leadership Transition,” Meyler Campbell Annual Conference, 2007.“Women in Finance,” Women‟s Forum, Deauville, 2007.“Women‟s New Responsibility for Improving our Societies,” Women‟s Forum,Deauville, 2006.“The Global Talent Tap,” World Economic Forum, Davos, 2006.Herminia Ibarra – March 2012Page 10/14

“Working Identity,” Innovative European Leadership Research, Center for CreativeLeadership, Brussels, 2005.“Women & Power,” Panel moderator, Women‟s Forum, Deauville, 2005.“Who Can Lead the New Global Organization?” Harvard Business School, BurningQuestions, Chantilly, 2005.COURSE DEVELOPMENT (cases & notes) Transforming Reckitt Benckiser, 2011Leading for Performance: Ulrich Lehner at Henkel, 2010Vivaki (case & teaching note), 2010David Kenny (case & video), 2010Jack Klues (case & video), 2010Vivienne Cox at BP Alternative Energy (A) (EFMD 2008 Best Case Award)& Teaching Note, 2008The Turnaround Man (A & B), 2009Harris Roberts (A, B & C)Charlotte Beers at Ogilvy and Mather (A & B) (HBS bestseller)Network Assessment Exercise (Executive & MBA versions)Margaret ThatcherEthan Berman at RiskmetricsMichael Kaiser at the Royal Opera HousePresenting Penpoint (A & B)Digital Equipment Corporation: Kodak Outsourcing Agreement (A & B)Managerial NetworksGender Differences in Managerial BehaviorNational Cultures and Work-Related ValuesBuilding CoalitionsInstructor‟s Guide to Power and InfluenceTEACHINGMBA & Executive MBA Siemens Women Leaders (Program Director), 2012Making the Leadership Transition, EMBA 2011Career Transition & Change, MBA & EMBA Electives 2006Learning to Lead, EMBA elective, 2004Power & Influence (MBA elective, HBS, INSEAD), 1995-2003Applied Personal Skills (required curriculum, HBS), 1996-1999Leadership & Organizational Behavior (required curriculum, HBS), 1989-1995Herminia Ibarra – March 2012Page 11/14

Executive Programs International Women‟s Forum (Program Director), 2011International Director‟s Program, 2011Deutsche Bank Global Women Leaders (Program Director), 2010AVIRA, 2008-2009IMPM, 2008World Economic Forum, Global Leadership Fellows, 2007Women Leading Change in Global Business, (Program Director), 2005- 2008The Leadership Transition (LT), (Program Director), 2004Coaching and Consulting for Change, 2003Advanced Management Program (AMP), 2001-2006International Executive Program (IEP), 2003, 2005-2006Management of People (MOP), 2004, 2009Leading the Professional Services Firm, HBS, 1998-2001Young President‟s Organization, HBS, 2000Managing Innovation and Organizational Renewal, HBS, 2000The General Manager, HBS, 1998-99Women Leading Business, HBS, 1998Young Manager Program, INSEAD, 1996In-Company programs: Celerant, Cable & Wireless, ExxonMobil, KPMGPhD Courses: Essential Readings on Identity, 2007 Field Methods; Social Psychology of Organizations, HBS, 1993, 1994PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIESEditorial Boards & Reviewing: Boards: Administrative Science Quarterly (Editorial Board member, 19941999; Best Paper Committee, 1999); AOM Journal (Special Issue GuestEditor, 1999-2000); AOM Review (Editorial Board Member 2002- &1995-1999, Best Paper Committee, 1997); Organization Science (EditorialBoard member, 2004-2008 Guest Editor, 1999). Reviewer: Administrative Science Quarterly, AOM Journal, AOM Review,American Journal of Sociology, American Sociological Review, SloanManagement Review, Social Psychology QuarterlyAcademy of Management Service:Herminia Ibarra – March 2012Page 12/14

Officer, Organization and Management Theory Division, 1994-1996 Coordinator, OB/OMT Junior Faculty Consortium, 1996 Executive Committee, Women in Management Division, 1994-1996Professional Boards, Councils & Juries Top Companies for Leaders, Aon Hewitt/Fortune, Jury Member, 2011Gender Equality Project, Advisory Board, 2010Harvard Business School Visiting Committee, 2009Catalyst Europe Advisory Board, 2008World Economic Forum, Global Agenda Councils, 2008-INSTITUTIONAL SERVICEINSEAD: Sorbonne University, Academic Senate, 2012Faculty Evaluation Committee, 2011Area Chair, OB Area 2003-2006, 2010INSEAD Board of Directors, 2007-2010Leadership Initiative, Academic Director, 2008-2010Gender Diversity Initiative, Academic Director, 2007-2010MBA Strategy committee 2009Strategy Taskforce, 2008Women Faculty Task Force, 2004-2005EDP Innovation Task Force, 2004-2005Recruiting Coordinator, OB Area 2003-2005Executive Education Committee, 2003-2005Faculty Campaign Committee, 2003-2005Harvard Business School and Harvard University Latin America Office Launch Committee, 1999-2001Program and Admissions Committee, OB Ph.D. Program, 1998-2000Director of Graduate Studies, OB Ph.D. Program, 1993-1995Coordinator, Faculty Recruiting, 1993-2000Coordinator, OB Area Colloquium Series, 1993-1997Member, Internationalization Committee, 1993-1994Member, Diversity Task Force, 1993-1994Herminia Ibarra – March 2012Page 13/14

David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, 1998-2000 John F. Kennedy School, Women in Public Policy Program Advisory BoardCONSULTINGActive in consulting to corporations and professional services firms on leadership,diversity, and talent development strategies.BUSINESS PRESSResearch profiled in media reaching the general public including The FinancialTimes, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, FastCompany, Business Week, and Newsweek. Numerous blogs on hbr.orgLANGUAGESTrilingual (English, Spanish and French)Herminia Ibarra – March 2012Page 14/14

“The Power of Possible Selves”: Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meetings, Philadelphia, 2007. “Forms and Functions of Narrative”: Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meetings, Philadelphia, 2007. “Career Myths and Realities for the 21st Center”: the Free University of Ams