Humberto García-Sjögrim 02MBA
Group Director, The Coca-Cola Company
Peter is Professor in the Practice of Organization and Management at the Roberto C. Goizueta Business School at Emory University in Atlanta. In this role, Peter teaches courses in Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Team Dynamics, and Ethics across the School’s MBA programs, including the fulltime, Evening, and Executive MBA formats. Peter has a secondary faculty appointments in Emory’s School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.
Everyone knows that Coca-Cola is more than just a soft drink. The Atlanta-based, international corporation is also a philanthropic giant, that goes above and beyond the bottom line through The Coca-Cola Foundation—a charitable organization started in 1984 by Roberto C. Goizueta. Now, a Goizueta Business School graduate, Humberto García-Sjögrim, is carrying on the legacy of this school’s founder, as vice president of Latin Affairs at the Coca-Cola Company.
As program coordinator for the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Kathryn Marsh-Soloway knew perhaps more than most applicants about the inspiring vision of our benefactor. Each day, she walks past the words of Roberto C. Goizueta: “The cynics will tell you that the good you do today will be forgotten tomorrow. I’m telling you, do it anyway.” And Kathryn does.