Nabil N. El-Hage is Chairman of Academy of Executive Education, LLC, a company he co-founded after leaving Harvard Business School in 2010 to offer top-quality executive training and coaching to senior executives around the world. Nabil was on the faculty at HBS for nearly ten years, and he served as Professor of Management Practice and as Senior Associate Dean for External Relations. At Harvard, he taught courses in corporate finance, private equity, corporate governance, and real estate.
Nabil is also a seasoned executive, having been CFO of two listed (public) companies, and CEO of a Private Equity-backed company for nearly a decade. He has also served on a dozen boards of companies, public and private, large and small.
He currently serves on four boards of directors, including a privately-held health insurance company and a life insurance company-affiliated $35-billion mutual fund complex. He is also an adjunct faculty of the Financial Institutions Directors’ Education (FIDE) programme under The Iclif Leadership and Governance Centre.
Nabil graduated cum Laude from Yale University with a degree in electronic engineering (1980), and earned his MBA with the Highest Honours, as a Baker Scholar, from Harvard Business School in 1984, where he was awarded the Henry Ford Foundation Award for the Best First-Year academic record, the Loeb-Rhoades Fellowship for Excellence in Finance, the Copeland (Marketing) Award nomination, and a Dean’s Doctoral Fellowship.