Hernan Saenz, MBA '98, MILR '98
Hernan Saenz has been at Bain over 10 years and has worked in Asia-Pacific, Europe, and North and Latin America. He is currently a partner in Bain's Dallas office and serves the firm as the Managing Partner of the Bain Dallas, Bain Houston and Bain Mexico offices. He is also the leader of Bain's Latino organization, LATBA. Hernan is a leader of Bain's Performance Improvement Practice and specializes in corporate transformations, full potential programs, operational turnarounds, and large scale change efforts. He has significant expertise in health care, consumer and industrial products, distribution, and telecommunications. Hernan's articles on performance improvement have been published in a number of journals, including Harvard Business Review, Business Strategy Review, World Business, Wall Street Journal – Mint, and EIU.
Prior to joining Bain, Hernan was a faculty member in economics at INCAE, the leading business school in Latin America. In addition, he was a principal at a consulting firm serving banks and other financial institutions in Latin America. Hernan earned an MBA and an MILR from Cornell University, as well as a MS in economics from Stanford University. He is also a graduate of Harvard College, where he received a BA in economics magna cum laude. Hernan is a member of the Johnson Advisory Council at Cornell.