Jul 30, 2021
How can business be done better so that everyone benefits?
Jennifer Briggs serves as a Senior Strategy Consultant at the Rady School of Management, UCSD, in the Beyster Institute proving that business can be done different – purpose centered, mission driven, and values powered using tenants of inclusive capitalism to attain success.
She serves as an outside independent director for PFSbrands and Engineering Economics and is a founding partner of GRITT Business Coaching.
She is a Rutgers University Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing Executive Fellow, focused on corporate governance and performance, a Commissioner and Vice Chair for Colorado of the Office of Employee Ownership, and a volunteer board member for the Rocky Mountain Center for Employee Ownership.
She has contributed to the Democracy at Work Institute, and the reinventing work initiative with the Boston FED. She holds a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership, graduate studies in Enterprise Project Management, and a Bachelor of Science in Community Health. She was a member of the New Belgium Brewing executive leadership team for over a decade as VP of Human Resources and Organizational Development and was the Chairperson of the board for GISinc. headquartered in Birmingham, AL.
What We Discuss With Jennifer Briggs in This Episode
Episode Show Notes; https://tinyurl.com/vrme8zpw