Published: Oct. 15, 2019

The Net Impact Graduate Chapter at Leeds School of Business has achieved Gold chapter standing, a designation awarded to the most outstanding chapters in Net Impact’s 400+ chapter global community. Gold chapters are those that go above and beyond to help the Net Impact community build a more just and sustainable world.

Net Impact 2019Leeds’ chapter co-presidents Lindsay Randall and Seth Grossman and chapter advisor Julie Waggoner, associate director of the Center for Ethics and Social Responsibility (CESR), will be honored for this achievement at the 2019 Net Impact Conference in Detroit, October 24-26.

"We are thrilled to see Leeds’ MBA Net Impact chapter recognized as a Gold chapter! Many students come to Leeds due to our exceptional sustainability programming—a result of the great work of past chapter leaders, the Net Impact Case Competition and the incredible resource we have in CESR," say Randall and Grossman in a joint statement.

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