PhD, University of Pittsburgh, Business Administration
MS, University of Pittsburgh, Management Information Systems
MBA, University of Pittsburgh
BS, San Marcos National University (Peru), Electrical and Electronics Engineering


Enrique is currently university faculty research officer, professor and former director of Carlow's MBA.  He is also editor-in-chief and founder of the International Journal for the Analytic Hierarchy Process and the former program director for the MBA/MIS degree at the Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh.  An accomplished business executive and scholar, Enrique was previously technical V.P. for an international banking computing company and was later in charge of sales and marketing for distributors in Latin America for a U.S.-based global data communication corporation. He lived in five different countries prior to his re-location to Pittsburgh. As a researcher, he is the author of more than 21 peer-reviewed papers, 24 conference proceedings and 31 presentations. His work has been published in journals such as International Journal of IT & Decision Making, International Journal of Production Economics, Information & Management, IEEE's Computers & Education, Journal of Information Technology Management Teaching Cases and the Latin American Research Review. His research interest is mainly in the intersection area of multi-criteria decision-making and Information Technology and its applications in managerial decision-making.