Jonathan V. Galaviz
Mr. Galaviz is a leading management consultant to Fortune 500 companies and global industry trade associations. He has co-managed top-tier consulting team engagements with Bain, McKinsey and Boston Consulting Group for clients on technology strategy, analysis of global markets, predictive analytics, and government policy. His clients have included investment banks, hospitality firms, real estate developers, and internet technology firms.
Mr. Galaviz launched his career in 1996 while working at the U.S. Senate in the office of U.S. Senator Pete Domenici (R-New Mexico) in Washington DC while finishing up college. From 1998 to 2002 Mr. Galaviz was a Consulting Manager at Whitman-Hart, a 4,000-person technology consulting firm headquartered in Chicago, IL – Jonathan was based in the San Francisco downtown office. He was then recruited to Mandalay Resort Group (now a part of MGM Resorts International) as a Senior Project Analyst in the corporate technology group. Since late 2002 Mr. Galaviz been under the Global Market Advisors (GMA) platform and it’s prior incarnations – he currently serves as Senior Vice President.
In academia, Mr. Galaviz has taught strategy, accounting, and economics at the university level. He also served as Head of Campus (Dean) for the University of Nevada’s (UNLV) campus in Singapore to conduct a special situation turnaround in 2011. He successfully completed the turnaround in less than a year and his performance was praised in academic and media circles.
For the last 10+ years, Mr. Galaviz has frequently appeared on CNBC, BBC, ChannelNewsAsia, and Bloomberg TV providing analysis of global strategic and economic issues. He is widely acknowledged as world-leading analyst on the casino gaming, hospitality, and airline industries.
Mr. Galaviz holds an MBA from Oxford and is a graduate of the New Mexico Military Institute. In 1997, Mr. Galaviz studied finance at the National University of Singapore as a foreign exchange student. He is a member of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE).