World Wildlife Fund COO speaks on leading an international organization


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November 6, 6:30-8:00 p.m.

“Moving the Center of Gravity: The Challenges of Distributing Leadership in an International Organization”

Marcia Marsh, Chief Operating Officer, World Wildlife Fund
James B. Hunt Jr. Library, NC State University’s Centennial Campus, First Floor Auditorium 

Directions and parking Information are here. Parking is free after 5:00 p.m.

Marcia Marsh, Chief Operating Officer, oversees the execution of World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) strategy. She will present WWF’s definition of leadership and the     philosophical and practical reasons that are driving the organization’s evolution and radical re-engineering. She will examine the challenges WWF and other international environmental/development/aid organizations are facing in a changing international context, how these impact stakeholders, and change implementation based on region/country. To learn more about Marcia Marsh’s background and expertise, go here. To learn more about the World Wildlife Fund, go here.

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