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Maggie Winslow

Dr. Winslow is a founding faculty member of Presidio Graduate School, where she spent nine years teaching managerial economics and macroeconomics through an ecological economics lens and serving as MBA Program Chair and Academic Dean. In 2012, she moved to the University of San Francisco, where she managed the MS in Environmental Management and the undergraduate Environmental Studies program. In 2016, she created and founded the MS in Energy Systems Management program, an interdisciplinary program focused on supporting the transition to the clean energy economy. Until 2021, she was the Program Director and Professor of Energy Systems Management, teaching Renewable Energy Economics, Renewable Energy Finance, and Quantitative Methods. In January of 2021, she returned to PGS as the Academic Dean. Her research interests span renewable energy, sustainability, democracy, social justice, and ecological economics.

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Elizabeth Leiba on Shaping Modern Leaders for Societal Change

Presidio News, Community

We’re incredibly excited to welcome incoming Professor Elizabeth Leiba to Presidio Graduate School. I recently sat down with her to learn more about her journey, why she decided to teach at Presidio, and what she’s most excited for her students to take away from her course. Here is our conversation. Maggie: What attracted you to …

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An Interview With Andrea Prebys-Williams on Teaching Servant Leadership

Presidio News, Social Justice, Community

I recently sat down with Professor Andrea Prebys-Williams to learn more about her academic journey from Presidio student to faculty member. and we also discussed the value of Presidio’s online Master of Public Administration degree program in cultivating the type of leadership that our public and social sectors urgently need. Here is our conversation. Maggie: …

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Catching Up With... Kevin Wilhelm

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PGS Academic Dean Maggie Winslow regularly sits down with our alums to hear how their Presidio Graduate School education and experience have served them in their careers and to gain insights into the nitty-gritty of working in sustainability and social justice. Here’s her conversation with Kevin Wilhelm. Kevin Wilhelm is the author of “How to …

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Returning to Presidio Graduate School

Presidio News, Community

When I left PGS in 2012, I never imagined that I would return. When we picture our career trajectories, we always imagine moving forward, on to something new. But honestly, it does feel like something new. While the mission and structure are the same, Presidio Graduate School has changed. The school is in such a …

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