Michael Sneed, Loretta Penn, and Marc Andersen join The Global Good Fund board
WASHINGTON, May 18, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Global Good Fund, a nonprofit organization that accelerates the personal development of high potential young leaders tackling global social issues through entrepreneurship, announces three new members to its prestigious board of directors.
Michael Sneed is Worldwide Vice President of Global Corporate Affairs for Johnson & Johnson. Michael previously served as Company Group Chairman and Global President of Personal Products Company for Johnson & Johnson. Michael is on the board of trustees at Macalester College and a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of Family Service Association. He also serves on the Executive Committee of the Ad Council. Michael holds a MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.
Loretta A. Penn serves as the president of PECC, LLC, an executive coaching and consulting company in Fairfax Station, Virginia, since she founded the company in 2012. She is the former President of Spherion Staffing Services, a $1.1B division of SFN Group, Inc. (NYSE: SFN) a staffing and recruiting professional services company, headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. She serves on the Board of Directors for TECO Energy, The North Highland Company, Executive Chair of the Board for YUPRO and the Caruth Institute for Learning, Lyle School of Engineering at Southern Methodist University. Loretta holds a BS from North Texas University and a Certificate of Studies from Harvard University.
Marc Andersen serves as the International Government & Public Sector Leader for Ernst & Young. Prior to his appointment, Marc created and launched EY’s Federal Advisory business. Marc serves on the Youth For Tomorrow Board of Trustees, TheFairfax County Public Schools Foundation Board, The George Mason University Business School Dean’s Counsel and Mason GovCon Advisory Board, the Tower Club Board of Governors, the High Point University President’s Leadership Cabinet and is a member of the Great Falls, VA Rotary Club. Marc earned his Bachelor’s degree in Economics at George Mason University.
“Michael, Loretta, and Marc are role models in their local and global communities,” said Co-Founder and CEO, Carrie Rich. “Adding these exemplary business leaders to our board couples diverse expertise with a mindset for organizational scale in 2016 and beyond. This is a big year.”
About The Global Good Fund
Founded in 2012, The Global Good Fund invests in young leaders committed to social impact through its Fellowship program. Fellows are paired with executives who serve as coaches and are provided with leadership assessment resources, a network of peer leaders, content expertise, and targeted financial capital. The company recently launched the 360 MIRROR – the first evidence based leadership assessment for social entrepreneurs and impact driven corporate leaders. The 360 MIRROR and Leadership Development Services are available to the public, modeled after the tools and services of The Global Good Fund Fellowship.
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Meg Rulli for The Global Good Fund