Silvia Pulino is currently Assistant Professor of Business Administration and Director of the JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship
She obtained her MBA degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Business, and has over 20 years’ experience in international business, with a focus on entrepreneurial companies and technology. She started her career in the newly formed Investment Banking arm of the Bank of Boston in Buenos Aires, the largest and oldest foreign bank in Argentina, continuing her training at J. Henry Schroder Wagg in London. She then moved onto an entrepreneurial path that saw her founding and leading Gammatel, a boutique international telecommunications company based in Boston. After a spell as vice President for International Business at ThermoLase, a subsidiary of a US-based technology multinational, during which she travelled extensively around the world, she settled down in Rome, Italy and capitalized on her experience by establishing a consulting business focusing on start-up companies.
At John Cabot, she acted as Chair of the Business Administration Department for five years. She also coordinated the Center for Career Services for three years, and currently directs the JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship. In 2010 she was awarded a Wales University Teaching Fellowship for teaching excellence.