Professor George Serafeim’s research focuses on measuring, driving and communicating corporate performance and social impact. He has taught courses in the MBA, executive education and doctoral programs, and is currently teaching the elective course “Reimagining Capitalism: Business and Big Problems” in the MBA curriculum, which received the Ideas Worth Teaching Award from the Aspen Institute and the Grand Page Prize. He has received multiple awards and recognitions for his research on corporate sustainability and sustainable investing, and the Pericles Leadership Award for his services to Greece. George Serafeim has served in several not-for-profit organizations including the board of directors of the High Meadows Institute, the working group of the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism, and the Standards Council of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board. He was appointed on the first ever decarbonization advisory panel by the New York State Governor and Comptroller to protect the state’s pension fund from climate change risks and identify sustainable opportunities. George Serafeim has been recognized by Barron’s as “one of the most influential people in ESG investing.” George earned a master’s degree in accounting and finance from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he was awarded the Emeritus Professors’ Prize for best academic performance and a doctorate in business administration at Harvard Business School, where his dissertation was recognized with the Wyss Award for Excellence in Doctoral Research.