María José Manjón has a degree in Law from the University of Granada. He has 18 years of experience in water and renewable energy companies in the legal departments and international project management. Specialization in energy contracts and Project finance. In 2012 she obtained the Executive MBA from the Instituto de Empresa in Madrid thanks to the LiderA scholarship from the Community of Madrid. In 2008 she obtained the title of Expert in Asian Companies from the Universidad Oberta de Cataluña. In 2006 she obtained the title of the Master in International Business (accredited AMBA) at the ESCP-EAP School of Management in Paris and Bangkok, with a scholarship for postgraduate studies abroad from the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 2017 she finished the Master in Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility of UNED. He has taught law for entrepreneurs in private business schools such as ESCP-EAP Business School for 4 years. She is currently a researcher at the Institute for Technological Research, carrying out her PhD studies on social entrepreneurship and energy poverty in the CETIS doctoral program in ICADE at the Comillas Pontifical University. She is part of the Chair of the Energy and Poverty Chair of the Institute of ICAI Technological Research.
Areas of interest:
Social entrepreneurship, Universal access to energy and rural electrification, Analysis of sustainable energy policies, Energy poverty, Business strategy, Sustainability, Social innovation, Sustainable finance, Disruptive business models, Management of transitions towards sustainability, Satisfaction-oriented management of stakeholders, Commitment to sustainability, Sustainable Development Goals.