Our relationship with the country’s only public interest/social justice law school started humbly enough: a request to assess the school’s development back office functions, and the governance of its affiliated 501(c)(3) foundation.
Shortly after that project was completed, we were asked to come back and re-organize and re-vitalize the foundation’s board meetings.
Once again, we returned to oversee the festivities related to the ribbon cutting of the school’s new location, and to provide some oversight of the development office while the search for a new senior associate dean was conducted.
One thing led to another, and Michelle Anderson, Dean and Professor of Law, prevailed upon Glenn to join her full-time for several years, first as Senior Associate Dean and Executive Director of the foundation, and then later as Chief Operating Officer.
The accomplishments during this time are many: