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Alumni Spotlight: Salvador Tasqué Díez '85

Why his work with the FPdGi, supported by the King of Spain and Princess Leonor, is one of his most valuable experiences yet.

Following graduation from the American School of Barcelona in 1985, alum Salvador Tasqué Diéz studied Chemical Engineering at Instituto Químico de Sarrià, Ramon Llull University. After completing his MBA at the same institution, he joined the multinational consumer goods corporation Procter & Gamble, where he worked for 13 years in supply chain operations and logistics before joining Fira Barcelona as Business Director and Director of Operations for 14 years, one of the most important trade fair organizations in Europe with more than €100 million turnover, while also working as an MBA Professor at the prestigious international private business school in Barcelona, ESADE.

A year and a half ago, Salva joined the Fundació Princesa de Girona (FPdGi) as Director General, an organization promoted by the King of Spain, with Princess Leonor as President of the Foundation. The FPdGi seeks to give voice and visibility to young people who are exemplary for the rest of society. The FPdGi Board of Trustees attracts large Spanish corporations interested in cooperating to improve youth talent, empower them, and give back to the community. In addition, the Foundation awards several notable prizes within many categories like entrepreneurship, STEM, and the arts. ASB is currently considering collaboration opportunities with FPdGi.

From a young age, Salva has been an avid sportsman, championing many soccer and biking competitions. A keen ironman enthusiast, he has also completed ten ironman competitions worldwide. 

You inspire us, Salva! Keep doing what you do!

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