Carlos Bortoni graduated from Harvard University in 2011 with a degree in Government and Latin American Studies, after completing internships with the U.N. and the Brookings Institute, organizing and participating in a variety of youth and development-focused conferences.
In 2014, Carlos helped launch Hanover Research’s independent school administration practice, where he currently works as a Director assisting K -12 institutions with some of their most pressing economic and educational challenges. He previously worked at an international joint venture consulting firm, where he developed in-depth industry knowledge of natural resources, energy, and aerospace, while engaging senior executives on strategy, governance, and joint–venture specific issues.
Originally from Monterrey, Mexico, Carlos now calls Washington, DC home. In his spare time, Carlos also enjoys traveling, writing fiction, and taking his dogs out for a run.