Catarina Grosso
Catarina Grosso
Assistant Professor (Adjunct)
Management and Organizations

Catarina is an Assistant Professor Adjunct and Course Instructor at Nova SBE for the Bachelor and Master programs. She has been teaching the course Communication, Leadership & Ethics (CLE) since 2018, taking part in the organization of the Nova SBE Academy of Purpose and she was also a Research Assistant. She holds a Degree (B.Sc.) in Economics and a Master’s in Management (M.Sc.) from Nova School of Business and Economics and a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Law and Economics from Queen Mary University of London. She did her Erasmus at Milano-Bicocca University, Italy. She is a PhD Candidate in Communication Studies at Universidade Católica Portuguesa, where she is also a Researcher at the Centre for Communication and Culture (CECC), once she has a deep interest in the effect of Leadership and Communication with Impact on Organizations, together with Interpersonal Relationships’ Development, and she has contributed for different conferences, forums and training sessions, also as a Certified Executive Trainer by IEFP. Moreover, she was hired by the University of London as the main responsible for the organization of Career, Academic and Social Training Sessions. Besides her academic experience, Catarina also holds a business career as an Advisor to the Councilor of Human and Social Rights, Health, Citizenship and Youth at Lisbon City Council (CML) and as a Business Developer in different sectors, including one of the main law firms in Portugal, in a Finish Tech Company and in a Portuguese startup. 

2022-2025 (ongoing) -  Ph.D. Candidate in Communication Studies, Universidade Católica Portuguesa - Faculty of Human Sciences

2019 - LL.M. in Law and Economics, Queen Mary University of London

2018 - MSc in Management, Nova School of Business and Economics

2016 - B.Sc. in Economics, Nova School of Business and Economics 

Communication, Leadership, Business Ethics, Managing People and Organisations, Access to Information, Law & Economics, Law & Ethics in Finance, Human Behaviour