Noreena Hertz, an esteemed author, board member, and keynote speaker, has been recognized as "one of the world's leading thinkers" by The Observer and hailed as "one of the world's most inspiring women" by Vogue.
Noreena's groundbreaking work as an economist delves into the intersection of economics, technology, politics, and society. She has authored five bestselling books, including "The Lonely Century," "Eyes Wide Open," and "The Silent Takeover." Her expertise has led her to speak at prestigious events such as TED, the World Economic Forum, and Google Zeitgeist.
Noreena advises top global leaders on strategy, ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance), the post-millennials, and transformation. She has served on Citigroup's Politics and Economics Global Advisory Board and the Inclusive Capitalism Taskforce's Advisory Group. Currently, she sits on the boards of Mattel, Warner Music Group, and Workhuman.
Noreena's influential thinking even inspired Bono's Product 'Red'. She holds a PhD from Cambridge University and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Noreena is based at the Institute for Global Prosperity, University College London, where she holds the position of Honorary Professor.
Notably, Noreena serves on the boards of Warner Music Group, listed on Nasdaq, and the HR Tech Company, Workhuman. She has also contributed her expertise to Citigroup's Politics and Economics Global Advisory Board, the Inclusive Capitalism Taskforce's Advisory Group, and RWE's Digital Transformation Board. Bono's Product 'Red' was inspired by her insightful thinking.
As a visionary thinker, Noreena is frequently sought after as a Keynote Speaker. She has delivered keynote speeches at TED, The World Economic Forum in Davos, and Google Zeitgeist, as well as for leading global corporations. Throughout her career, she has shared platforms with luminaries such as President Bill Clinton, Professor Stephen Hawking, and David Beckham, among others. Her opinion pieces have been featured in renowned publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, The Financial Times, Die Zeit, El Pais, and The South China Morning Post.