Guidelines for Writing Recommendations

I relish the opportunity to write recommendations for others I have come to know through my roles as a professor, higher education administrator, consultant, and leader in business and professional organizations. As I have written… Read more »

A Perfect Fit: Teaching at Presidio Graduate School suits a professor with expertise in both traditional and social finance

By Amy DerBerdrosian No matter how complex the question, Scott Fullwiler can answer it. That’s been the experience of Scott’s former student John Talbott (C13), who says of the Presidio Graduate School adjunct faculty member,… Read more »

MBA Alumnus Adam Feldman connects his career and values through solar energy finance

The backyard of Adam Feldman (C10) is a food system in miniature. Seven chickens at his home high in the Oakland hills produce fresh eggs for his family. A worm box and food scraps provide… Read more »

The InCredible Sarah Cabell

It all began because of a movie. “When I was 12 [years old] I gave up red meat,” said Sarah Cabell (C14). “I watched a film about how destructive the cow/beef industry is on the… Read more »

Woody Tasch Master Class teaches impact investing as a solution to ending the disparity between profit and progress

“One of the biggest challenges we face in our economy is the separation of money from things of true value.” When PresidioPRO Faculty Director Ryan Cabinte, said this on Wednesday, May 8th it certainly wasn’t… Read more »

8 Reasons to Seek Written Recommendations Related to Your Academic and Professional Experience

I urge every Presidian to take the time to seek written recommendations from professors, employers, internship supervisors,  Experiential Learning partners (when appropriate), and any others who’ve had the opportunity to manage your academic or professional… Read more »

Daylong course teaches energy efficiency assessment and implementation

Increasingly, leaders in different business functions will be called to apply sustainability practices to their work. And an upcoming daylong intensive course on energy efficiency from PresidioPRO could be a valuable skill for a diverse… Read more »

Green Ninja Named Outstanding Solution to Climate Change

On May 23, more than 300 people representing climate scientists, astronauts, technologists and venture capitalists convened for the annual Sustainable Silicon Valley WEST Summit, and one thing dominated their conversations. WEST, which brings together leaders… Read more »

Grads: lead with audacity, boldness and passion, says Cheryl Dorsey

As Presidio Graduate School students celebrate commencement June 1, Echoing Green  president Cheryl Dorsey has a special message: it’s your audacity, passion and boldness that will chart a new course to solving some of the… Read more »

Capstone Project Little Seed named Solutions Exhibitor at WEST Summit

What happens when children are able to create storybook heroes that look and act like them? Four Presidio Graduate School MBA students are hoping to find out with the launch of their new product, Little… Read more »

David Bennett picked for prestigious sustainability leadership program

For David Bennett, it makes perfect sense that an upcoming sustainability leadership program exploring the potential for large-scale collaboration will take place while white water rafting down Idaho’s Salmon River. “What I like is this… Read more »

MBA Alumnus fascinated by nexus of conservation and finance

Having worked for more than a decade in the parks and conservation industry, Ryan Gerlach is passionate about protecting nature. Now, as he prepares to graduate from Presidio with his MBA, Ryan is excited to… Read more »