The Collective: Thriving on Community

Collecting at The Collective PGS gathered together on November 14 for the Bring Your Values to Work, in a stunning space generously provided The Collective, a shared working space co-founded by Alum Alex Mondau. The… Read more »

Presidians and a Renewable Energy ‘Co-spiracy’ at VERGE

These renewable energy stories are as frustrating as they are typical: At last, the company’s executives are on board for installing solar panels on location, but the company leases its facilities from a landlord who… Read more »

Student, Entrepreneur, and Marathon Runner: Meet Pam Neronha

“Whatever you believe and whatever god you pray to, a place where clean water rises from the earth is in some way sacred.”  – Charles Frazier, Thirteen Moons Preserving water resources is the mission of current… Read more »

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Top Skills Needed by Changemakers of the Future

Change the world.  Make a difference. Live with purpose.  These are the kinds of general terms shared broadly everywhere from mission statements to self-help books to graduation speeches. But how to get there?  What are… Read more »

Catching up with Steven Tiell, 2019 recipient of the Alumni Enterprise Vanguard Award

C5 alumnus Steven Tiell is the 2019 recipient of the PGS Alumni Enterprise Vanguard Award (EVA). We had the opportunity to connect with him and learn about his career trajectory since graduating. PGS: To what… Read more »

Miles Woodruff

Creating 1 Billion Plant-based Superheroes

With VegRising PGS MBA student Miles Woodruff has the ambition to create 1 billion plant-based superheroes. Read his story to learn why.  A Big Decision We face ethical decisions every day that test our values,… Read more »

Cecily Joseph

Meet Cecily Joseph, Expert in Residence for Spring 2020

We’re happy to have Cecily Joseph join our community as an Expert in Residence (EIR) for the spring 2020 semester. She will offer her expertise to PGS students on the latest sustainability thinking, based on… Read more »

Meet Bill Weihl, Expert in Residence for Fall 2019

Our fall 2019 Expert in Residence, Bill Weihl, will bring his expertise as a sustainability consultant and his passion to “create new ideas to accelerate climate action” to the community.   As the Director of… Read more »

Kawayan Collective: Elevating Bamboo as a Modern Building Material in the Philippines

Importing building materials can be costly and has created a shortage of millions of affordable homes in the Philippines. Bamboo grows wild all over the islands, but very few companies have undertaken commercial processing of… Read more »

Presidio Graduate School Partners with Silicon Valley Leadership Group

Silicon Valley businesses thrive on an unrivaled concentration of enterprising and innovative talent. Now Presidio Graduate School (PGS) and Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG) have formed a partnership to apply some of this expertise to… Read more »

Stand Out: An Inside Scoop On How to Submit the Best Graduate School Admissions Application

You have decided to pursue a graduate degree. This is a big commitment and a giant step towards reaching your academic and career goals. Presidio Graduate School is looking for candidates that are a good… Read more »

Mona Das

Mona Das brings System Thinking, Sustainability, and Representation to the Washington State Senate

Mona Das (D-Kent), is a newly elected Washington State Senator and a Bainbridge Graduate Institute (BGI – now Presidio Graduate School) alumna. Das brings systems thinking and a passion for sustainability and representation to the… Read more »