Dean of FGV EPPG, Edson Kenji Kondo, sworn in as president of Angrad

In addition to the new president, Angrad swore in its new vice president, Edson Sadao Iizuka, and six directors: Agamêmnom Rocha Souza (Administration and Finance), Manolita Correia Lima (Education and Research), Lina Nakata (Marketing), Adroaldo Lazzarotto (Publications), Rafael Guerreiro (Institutional Relations) and Irineu Gianese (International Relations).
管理学
03 二月 2020
Dean of FGV EPPG, Edson Kenji Kondo, sworn in as president of Angrad

On January 15, in FGV’s main building in Rio de Janeiro, the National Association of Undergraduate Administration Courses (Angrad) held the inauguration ceremony for its new board of directors for the 2020-2022 period. During the ceremony, the dean of the FGV´s School of Public Policy and Government (FGV EPPG), Professor Edson Kenji Kondo, was sworn in as president of the institution.

The event was opened by Angrad’s president for the 2018-2020 period, Taiguara Langrafe, who presented the results of his administration and described the present situation with regard to the association and administration courses in Brazil. After his speech, the new president, Edson Kenji Kondo, discussed his plans and invited the new board members to sign their inauguration document.

In addition to the new president, Angrad swore in its new vice president, Edson Sadao Iizuka, and six directors: Agamêmnom Rocha Souza (Administration and Finance), Manolita Correia Lima (Education and Research), Lina Nakata (Marketing), Adroaldo Lazzarotto (Publications), Rafael Guerreiro (Institutional Relations) and Irineu Gianese (International Relations). The association also swore in the new members of its Audit Council (Gildo Galindo, Jair Santos and Vanessa Rolon) and new Advisory Council members (Rui Otávio de Andrade, Alexander Berndt, Antonio Freitas, Mário César Moraes, Mauro Kreuz and Henrique Heidtmann).

The event was attended by members of Angrad, the National Association of Graduate Administration Courses and Research (Anpad), the Regional Administration Council (CRA) and FGV, as well as business people and representatives of academia in the field of administration.

During its 30-year history, Angrad has pursued its mission of promoting and enhancing the quality of administration education in Brazil.

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