Marcelo Baudino is the founder, director and head consultant at Iceberg Cultural Intelligence, the first Argentinian firm specializing in the development of cross-cultural skills for global professionals and international assignees. For the past nine years, Marcelo has designed and delivered intercultural workshops and training programs for more than 6000 executives and professionals in more than ten Latin American countries.

He has worked as a cross-cultural trainer for numerous global corporations, such as Deloitte, ExxonMobil, Avon, Monsanto, Coca Cola, Cognizant, etc. His subject matter of expertise is Latin America culture and global team’s management. He is currently professor of the course “Intercultural Communication” in English within the framework of PEL (Program of Latin American Studies), at the Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA).

Marcelo is also a founding member and current president of SIETAR Argentina, the first SIETAR’s chapter in a Spanish speaking country of the Americas. He has published more than 300 articles about the impact of cultural differences in daily working situations of international organizations in

Marcelo holds a degree in Business Administration from Blas Pascal University in Cordoba, Argentina. He also studied at the University of Richmond, Virginia, USA as an international exchange student, and attended two courses at the Summer Institute of Intercultural Communication in Portland, Oregon USA.

Marcelo has a solid track record of successful work experience spanning four different industries in three countries: Argentina (Arcor & Accenture), Mexico (McGraw-Hill) and Switzerland (UBS). He is fluent in Spanish, English and has working knowledge of Portuguese.

Marcelo resides in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and is a vegetarian in the land of meat.