GLA goes to USC

It was standing room only on Tuesday, September 23rd, when GLA's Executive Director, Michael Kadish spoke to students at USC Marshall School of Business's Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab about GRID Alternatives. In attendance were a mix of faculty and staff, undergraduate and graduate business students, and other USC students interested in solar energy, social enterprise, the environment, and job creation. 
Michael explained how GRID serves it's triple bottom line goals of People, Planet and Employment and shared with students some of the opportunities and challenges facing GLA as it moves forward. The session was followed by a Q & A where students also proposed ideas for the future of GLA. 
Special thanks to GLA Board Member Ravi Sankaran for helping us spread the word about GLA to the Trojans!