The World Economic Forum Launches the Global Risk Network
Kevin Steinberg is the Chief Operating Officer and Corporate Secretary of the World Economic Forum USA. Before working for the Forum, Steinberg spent ten years with the Wholesale and Investment Banking Practice at McKinsey & Company in New York and Switzerland.
As an ex-officio member of the Forum's Managing Board Steinberg is responsible for its Risk Response Network, a platform for global leaders to understand, manage and respond to world's most complex and interconnected risks.
Steinberg holds an BA in Economics from Harvard University and JD/MBA from Stanford University.
At Davos in 2011, the World Economic Forum launched the Global Risk Network to help global leaders think about risk in a more proactive way.
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