Andrea Boza Zanatta
Andrea, a native of Barcelona, Spain, is a joint MBA/MPP candidate at the Harvard Business School and the Harvard Kennedy School passionate about strengthening public-private partnerships to foster entrepreneurship, improve education-to-employment pathways and better apply technological innovation for the public good.
With experience across the public, private and social sectors, Andrea has most recently worked at Generation You Employed, the fastest growing global social venture in the youth unemployment space, where she focused on implementing public-private partnerships to reduce unemployment and where she launched an up-skilling COVID-19 course for doctors and nurses in Spain, which has received over 25,000 participants. Prior to this, Andrea was a consultant at McKinsey & Company in Toronto, Canada and a Consultant and Intern to the Under-Secretary General of the Department of Global Communications at the United Nations in New York.
Andrea holds a Bachelor of Arts and Science in Economics and Psychology with Distinction from McGill University, where she co-founded a social enterprise to rethink student-led international development projects in Latin America. She has been recognized as a McKinsey and Company’s Next Generation Women Leader in North America and as a Venture for Canada Fellow. By partaking in the Real Colegio Complutense fellowship, Andrea hopes to participate in RCC projects and to contribute to the Spanish community at Harvard.