André Du Sault
B.Sc.A. ’82, Université Laval; M.B.A. ’87, London Business School
Montreal, Québec, Canada
André Du Sault is a skilled advisor with broad international experience working at the intersection of business, education, and government.
Du Sault provides strategic expertise to senior leaders on topics including change management and how to grow and scale organizations. He is also an instructor in strategic management at McGill University and has led conferences on reinventing leadership in the digital era.
He worked 20 years overseas, notably as country CFO for Novartis, leading numerous international mergers. He has also held many roles in the Canadian business community, serving as interim CEO of several biotech startups and fulfilling consulting roles. His interest in government also led him to work for a federal cabinet minister in Canada.
A proven Harvard volunteer leader, he has served on the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) board as regional director for Canada, helping to renew the Harvard Club of Alberta and leading the Canadian delegation at the Annual Leadership Conference. He is also the former president of the Harvard Club of Quebec, which received an HAA award for innovative programs.
Du Sault has served on the boards of numerous organizations, including the Château Ramezay Historic Site and Museum of Montréal and the Canadian Chambers of Commerce in Mexico and the Philippines. He is a native of Wendake, an Indigenous community.
“The international alumni community represents a great asset in strengthening Harvard’s values—such as inclusiveness, consensus building, public service, and contributing to the common good—by engaging new ideas that lead to excellence and innovation.”