The sign of a social enterprise is a solid infrastructure, strong policies and a culture that nourishes ideas.
The Directors of your Board are more than leaders of your organization, they are community-centered trailblazers with your success in mind.
Change is the only constant in life and business; it is paramount that every level of your team embraces the scale, magnitude, and importance of structural shifts.
"We're all a collective and community stakeholder. As business leaders, that's all something we want to do and that's beyond raising donations." - Lisa McGill, FIU President's Council @FIU
New America Panelist
@FIU @FIUdc #FIUingiteEdInnovation
On April 11, FIU hosted a national dialogue, Igniting Innovation in Education, held at New America in Washington to discuss the fundamental importance of public-private partnerships and their influence on student success
McGill joined Jean Morrow, a policy professional at the U.S. Department of Education; Derek McGowan of Lockheed Martin; FIU sophomore and Fostering Panther Pride(FPP) student Ke-ana Durham; Donnie Hale of The Education Effect at FIU; and President Mark B. Rosenberg. FIU supporters spoke on behalf of the success of Education Effect, and Fostering Panther Pride, both of which are university-supported community school partnerships, with collaboration from industries, that bolster student success.
Miami’s @MiamiChamber business leaders, @fiu president’s council, @univmiami visit @edgo Secretary @BetsyDeVosED to discuss Higher Ed Reauthorization, #PellGrants, #apprenticeships , #STEM Education
Fostering Panther Pride, Committee Chair
FIU President's Council
"Launched in 2013, the primary goal of FPP is to assist former foster care youth and homeless students in their transition to FIU, their retention and graduation, and their pursuit of securing employment or graduate studies upon receiving their bachelor’s degree."
August 2016 -
Women executives — all Florida International University MBA alumni — shared their insights and experience at a panel discussion July 7, which took place at FIU Downtown on Brickell.
Moderating the panel was Lisa N. McGill, president and CEO, Executive One Consulting Solutions, who graduated with an EMBA in 2014. Each woman’s experience illustrated what the MBA has meant in her own life.
That was echoed by McGill, who said the program’s method of weaving together disciplines – finance, accounting, information systems, law – gives participants a global view of contemporary business’ dynamic nature. “It allows you to expand your intellectual capacity and become more focused as a strategist,” she said
June 2016 -
"YWCA is bringing about real change for gender equality and racial justice" - Board President @lmjsvcs Lisa McGill #EmpowerHER #OnAMission
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