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2014 GLOBAL SOCIAL
ENTREPRENEURSHIP INSTITUTE:
OVERVIEW
Welcome to the Institute for International Business Global Social Entrepreneurship Institute (GSEI)! Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the program brings 20 undergraduate students from across Europe for a month of coursework, site visits, and service learning in social entrepreneurship. You will work with local organizations, businesses, and professors in the Kelley School of Business and the School of Public and Environmental Affairs to learn how to use business knowledge to advance the greater good. The program culminates with a trip to Washington D.C., where you will present what you have learned to officials at the U.S. Department of State. We are looking forward to meeting you!

Your Program Administrators

Christine Davis
Christine Davis
Associate Director of the Institute for International Business
IIB Associate Director Christine Davis has been with KSB since 1991 in a number of student-focused positions within the Kelley MBA Program. Her responsibilities included setting the strategy for the design and development of the full range of services and programs for currently enrolled students, which began with two-week new student orientation and concluded with graduation ceremony, serving as the international student advisor and study abroad coordinator for the Kelley MBA Program. In 2012, she developed and executed the Global Business Institute, an ongoing entrepreneurship preparatory program for 100 Middle East, North African, and Near Asian college students in partnership with The Coca-Cola Company and US Department of State. This program continues in its third year in 2014. She served as administrative director for GSEI 2013.
Sara Reeves
Sara Reeves
Program Manager at the Institute for International Business
IIIB Program Manager Sara Reeves joined the IIB in 2012 and served as GSEI 2013 administrative coordinator and as administrative director for IIB’s summer high school program, Business is Global 2013. In 2014 she will also serve as the administrative director for the Global Business Institute 2014. Before joining IIB, Sara created and managed a study abroad and internship program in Kenya for IU SPEA graduate students (who affectionately referred to her as Mama Sara). She previously taught high-school students computer studies in Samoa with the Peace Corps and worked as a newspaper designer in Indiana and Florida.



Emily Bagienski
Emily Bagienski
Program Manager at the Institute for International Business
IIB Program Manager Emily Bagienski manages the Business is Global program for high school students, funded by IU Center for International Business Education and Research. She also serves as administrative coordinator for GSEI 2014. Emily previously worked at the National Institute of American History and Democracy in Williamsburg, Virginia as Assistant to the Director, serving as logistics coordinator, applications manager, museum and historic site coordinator, parental liaison, and manager of day-to-day institutional operations. She most recently served two years in Japan as a participant of the JET Program teaching English as a Foreign Language in an area greatly affected by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.


Christine Davis

Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs

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