Founder, Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI) at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business
“Shaping the World Together,” the Washington Institute Podcast Series, is pleased to welcome Bill Novelli.
William “Bill” Novelli is the founder of the Global Social Enterprise Initiative at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Bill started his career as an account supervisor in New York City, and later became the Director of Creative Services and Advertising for the Peace Corps. Before joining Georgetown University as a professor and manager of GSEI, he was CEO of AARP and founded Porter Novelli, now one of the world’s largest public relations firms. Bill is also the co-chair of the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care, a national alliance dedicated to reforming advanced illness/end of life care in the U.S.
Founder of the Global Social Enterprise Initiative at the Georgetown McDonough School of Business, Bill Novelli joined WI’s James P. Moore, Jr. for the 14th episode of Shaping the World Together, the Washington Institute Podcast Series. Highlights from their conversation are below. #shapingtheworldtogether #publichealth #coronavirus Listen to the full conversation here: https://lnkd.in/euN9Xc7Posted by Washington Institute for Business, Government, and Society on Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Founder of the Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI) at Georgetown McDonough School of Business, Bill Novelli joins WI's James P. Moore, Jr. for a discussion on the U.S Public #Healthcare System's performance amid the #coronavirus #pandemic in the fourteenth episode of "Shaping the World Together," the Washington Institute Podcast Series. #shapingtheworldtogether Georgetown UniversityPosted by Washington Institute for Business, Government, and Society on Monday, June 8, 2020
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