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Purpose: George Washington School of Business (GWSB) created the Corporate Collaborative Council (CCC) for the purpose of enhancing its relationship with the business community and preparing students for the world of work. This initiative fosters communications and practical partnerships among employers, administration, faculty and students on issues of talent development for the global economy.
We thank our current members for their participation and contributions to GWSB and our students!
|Chair of CCC, John Fletcher||CEO and Founder, Fletcher Spaght, Inc.|
|Maria-Paz Barrientos||Partner and S&T Org & People Consulting Leader, IBM|
|Michelle Bolles||Vice President, US Chamber of Commerce|
|Jeff Colclough||PMP, Vice President, Division Manager, SAIC|
|Mihir Desai||CEO, Dexis Consulting Group|
|Joel Goldhammer||Former Partner, AT Kearney|
|Luanne Gutermuth||Vice President, Washington Gas Company|
|Ellie Hollander||President and Chief Executive Officer, Meals on Wheels Association of America|
|Andrew Klein||Principal and Founder, Base K LLC|
|Ken Kovach||Senior Vice President, B.F. Saul Company|
|Patrick Lecer||Vice President, Airbus Americas|
|Andrew Lewis||Partner, KPMG LLP|
|Puneet Pardasani||Vice President, Goldman Sachs|
|Patricia Pointer||Deputy Comptroller, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency|
|Vern Schellenger||Senior Vice President, American Bankers Association|
|Agnieszka Zieminska Yank||Vice President Human Resources, Technoserve|
The CCC consists of organizational membership rather than personal membership. Following are the criteria for organizational membership, which is by invitation of the Dean of George Washington School of Business. The member organization should be:
Member organizations provide a representative who is the liaison between GWSB and the organization. Ideally, the individuals representing these organizations are leaders with knowledge of and possibly involvement with the major career areas of interest for our students. (Historically our Undergraduates and MBAs go into finance/accounting, consulting, or marketing/sales, general management, operations, human resources and information systems). Also the members should be able to devote time (minimum 3 days/year) and have authority to commit their organization's resources to the overall goals of the council.
The following outlines the anticipated involvement for both the organization and its representative:
Membership meetings occur 3 times per year and are held at George Washington University School of Business, 2201 G. Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20052. For information about the Corporate Collaborative Council, please contact us with "CCC" as your subject line at email@example.com