Ángel Cabrera is the President of Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Management. Thunderbird is the oldest school of international management in the world and it is regarded as the leader of its kind. Originally established in Glendale, Arizona, Thunderbird is now a global learning network, with operations in France, the Czech Republic, Russia, Mexico, Central and South America and China. A native of Madrid, Spain, Ángel Cabrera is a graduate of Universidad Politécnica of Madrid (MS in Telecommunications Eng.) and a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology (MS and PhD in Psychology), which he attended as a Fulbright Scholar. Prior to joining Thunderbird, he was Dean and Professor of Organizational Behavior at Instituto de Empresa in Madrid. He has conducted research and published extensively in the areas of strategic human resource management, knowledge management, and higher education, and he has been and advocate for the adoption of a professional code of conduct by business schools around the world. Dr. Cabrera was recognized by the World Economic Forum as a Global Leader for Tomorrow in 2002 and as a Young Global Leader in 2005. In 2004 he was recognized by Business Week as one of Europe’s 25 outstanding leaders. He is the husband of Elizabeth Fraser and father of Alex and Emily. Born in Madrid, Spain.