Mia de Kuijper, MPP ’83, PhD ’83 economics, is the founder and CEO of the advisory firm Cambridge Global Partners and a Fellow of the Judge Business School at Cambridge University. In her over 20 year career, de Kuijper has built and run companies as well as academic institutions; she has guided CEOs, Boards and investors to high-return investments and strategies; and has become recognized as a global expert on network economics and modern corporate strategy.Her corporate and management positions were at Royal Dutch Shell, PepsiCo, and AT&T. She has been a Senior Managing Director on Wall Street with careers at CSFirst Boston, Bear Stearns, and Morgan Stanley. de Kuijper has been a consultant at McKinsey and Bain & Co. She is a founding network member of the Global Business Network, a board member of the Diller-Quaile School of Music in New York City, and the founder of Mehr-un-Nissa, a luxury goods company, which aims to further and preserve traditional craftsmanship in Bangladesh. de Kuijper has worked extensively in Latin America, Asia, Europe, and the US. She speaks Dutch, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish and (basic) Mandarin Chinese. de Kuijper authored Profit Power Economics: A New Competitive Strategy for Creating Sustainable Wealth, published by Oxford University Press. She advises and writes extensively about corporate strategy, M&A, investing, strategic use of network economics and social networks, effective management of global organizations, modern business models, scenario planning, and risk management.