Anil Singh-Molares is a global entrepreneur, former Microsoft executive and philanthropist. Born in Holland and raised in Europe and the United States, Anil Singh-Molares is a global citizen and businessperson. Fluent in Spanish, French, and English, he is a citizen of Spain and permanent resident of the United States.
Drawing on his liberal arts education, cross-cultural upbringing, and managerial skills, Singh-Molares advanced during 1991-2003 from managing a Microsoft foreign language team (40 translators and terminologists) to overseeing all internationalization vendor relations for the company (more than $200 million in annual expenditures). Winner of the Microsoft Achievement Award, he negotiated all contracts related to internationalization vendors, giving him a deep understanding of the pros and cons of outsourcing. Since leaving the software giant, he founded and serves as CEO of EchoMundi LLC, a rapidly growing international services firm that helps corporations do business abroad. Responding to the experience of many around him who have dealt with a life-threatening, pregnancy-related disease, he is co-founder and board member of the Preeclampsia Foundation.
Mr. Singh-Molares' visit is presented in collaboration with the Center for Ethics and Public Life and the Woodrow Wilson Fellow program.
Wednesday, October 28, 7:00 p.m. CFL Recital Hall, Guest Lecture "The Ethics of Outsourcing"