We are honored to learn from seasoned professionals selected from among practitioners and thought leaders in the discipline of sustainable development.
Mentors in Residence are seasoned professionals selected from among practitioners and thought leaders in the discipline of sustainable development. They bring first-hand knowledge of public sector, non-profit, and industry sector expertise directly, and personally to our students, faculty, and alumni community.
By immersing in the school’s regular teaching and learning activities, participating in conferences and programs, and working closely with our students they contribute to the vibrancy of our culture and our learning.
If you’re interested in being a part of the vibrant PGS community as an Expert or Mentor in Residence, contact Associate Director of Student/Alumni Affairs and Career Development Dawn Mokuau.
Students on the Seattle campuses of PGS select and invite national and international Change Agents Residence (CAIRs) into the classrooms and Intensives. These industry pioneers are advancing sustainable business practices, researching social and ecological sustainability, and leading organizations—and our world—to a more sustainable future. From artists and activists to executives at Fortune 100 companies, students have the opportunity to engage with some of today’s most amazing change makers.
Ongoing engagement with Change Agents in Residence (CAIRs) allows students and faculty a deeper perspective on leveraging innovation for the common good and prepares learners to design and lead pioneering enterprises, businesses, and organizations. CAIRs also serve as coaches and mentors to the students during school and after graduation.