Luni is a 20+ year serial entrepreneur, founder/co-founder of five companies. His latest startup is Fledge, the conscious company accelerator, and latest project there is Kick, a global pre-accelerator program. Luni has published six books in The Next Step series, guiding entrepreneurs from idea to startup. In addition, Luni is Entrepreneur in Residence and Entrepreneurship
We were digging around our blog archives and found this gem from last year! With our Seahawks heading to the big game in a few days, we wanted to share this again with everyone. Seattle is abuzz with excitement this week after the Seattle Seahawks beat the San Francisco 49ers to win the NFC Championship
Gifford Pinchot III Published on Jan 8, 2015 This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. This fascinating and convincing talk re-focuses the conversation about climate change so we can be part of the solution, and have fun while we’re doing it. Gifford is currently President of
In a recent post for WalletHub, our very own Bethany Linsey, Director of Academic and Student Affairs, details networking and job-searching strategies that are invaluable. Whether you are looking for a new opportunity, or trying to pivot your career in the direction of social impact or sustainability. The piece’s other great news? Seattle was WalletHub’s
Channel Rock Reflections: MBA Re-Orientation Article and photos by Rick Dickinson, MBA Candidate, BGI at Pinchot I just returned from my MBA orientation on a remote Canadian island. I went barefoot the whole week, ate gourmet meals straight from a permaculture garden, and listened to wolves howling at the moon. Doesn’t sound like your typical business
Around 6 years ago I reached a point in my career where I started to question, on a daily basis, what I was doing in my life to help others. My work at the time allowed me to help others in a variety of ways – through volunteer efforts, time off to coach lacrosse and time off to enjoy the outdoors with family and friends. Yet, every time I came back to work following one of these endeavors, I noticed a need and want to do more…
What the People Said: A poem by incoming student Rick Dickinson, composed at Channel Rock during his orientation for the MBA in Sustainable Systems.