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Sofia Tenreiro is the new partner of Deloitte

Sofia Tenreiro is a Partner at Deloitte. It takes the lead in the Energy, Resources/Industrials industry sector, nationally and internationally.

Sofia Tenreiro has been a Partner at Deloitte since June 1st. It assumes the leadership of the Energy, Resources & Industrials industry sector, nationally and internationally, to reinforce the organization’s major commitments in matters of sustainability, innovation and digital transformation.

With a long experience in technological transformation projects in several industries, Sofia Tenreiro started her career in Fast Moving Consumer Goods, first at Procter & Gamble, in B2C Marketing, in Portugal, Spain and, in European strategic roles in the city of Geneva, before joining L’Oreal Spain.

Back in Portugal, he created Optimus’ strategic marketing department and led the commercial and marketing transformation at Público newspaper. He later joined Microsoft as a Board Member, being responsible for the retail channel business, and later for the business across all consumer and SME channels. Then Sofia Tenreiro was General Director of Cisco Portugal in which she deepened her experience in areas such as Cybersecurity, IoT and Cloud.

COO at Galp

Before joining Deloitte, Sofia Tenreiro was Executive Board Member of Galp (COO Comercial), a position she held from 2019, having led the multinational’s business transformation and energy transition. She was also responsible for accelerating the digital transition and Galp’s worldwide B2C and B2B business, a challenge that implied a profound cultural change and a new customer-centric strategy. In 2016, she assumed the presidency of the American Chamber of Commerce in Portugal (Amcham) for 3 years, having remained on the Board.

Sofia Tenreiro has 25 years of professional experience in the most diverse areas. She has a degree in Business Administration and Management from Universidade Católica Portuguesa and recently completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School. She also collaborates with several academic institutions in the areas of energy and sustainability, technology, change management, leadership, strategy, among others.

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