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Bainbridge Graduate Institute
220 Second Avenue South 4th Floor
BGI offers the pioneering MBA in Sustainable Business and certificates in Sustainable Business and in Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship. The programs prepare a diverse group of leaders to build enterprises that are economically successful,
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~ Jill Bamburg, MBA, Dean of Academic Affairs - Bainbridge Graduate Institute
The Democracy Collaborative - ...
The Democracy Collaborative - working in close collaboration with Jill Bamburg of the Bainbridge Graduate Institute and Marjorie Kelley of the Tellus Institute, and supported by the Northwest Area Foundation - is spearheading a year long intensive training and advisory program designed to help Native communities better engage in comprehensive community economic development.
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Jill Bamburg - Bainbridge Graduate Institute
Pinchot & Company - Jill Bamburg, MBA
Jill Bamburg, MBA, served in a variety of senior level marketing positions at Aldus Corporation, creators of PageMaker software and architects of the desktop publishing revolution.
As a member of the core faculty at Antioch University/Seattle for seven years, Bamburg taught courses in marketing, strategy and general management, and consults on curriculum design and training with Pinchot & Company.
Bamburg is currently focused on consulting on projects at the intersection of business and the environment.
In addition to teaching courses at the Bainbridge Island Graduate Institute as Adjunct Professor in the Center for Business Ecology, she will serve on the Curriculum Advisory Board, lending expertise in the area of conversion of course content into distance-learning and action learning components.
Bamburg has a BA in English from Washington University and an MBA from Stanford University.
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Jill Bamburg was one of the co-founders of BGI and has served in both faculty and administrative capacities since 2002, most recently as Core Faculty and Director of Curriculum Development during the 2011-12 school year.
She is an avid student and practitioner of instructional design and has led the development of both the first and second iterations of the BGI curriculum.
She is also a student of social enterprise and author of Getting to Scale: Growing Your Business without Selling Out (Berrett-Koehler, 2006).
Prior to joining BGI, she worked in adult education (Antioch University/Seattle), high tech marketing (Aldus Corporation), and community and environmental journalism (High Country News, Jackson Hole News and Guide).
She currently serves as vice-chair of the board of the Positive Futures Network, publishers of YES!