Nathan Owen Rosenberg, founding partner, Insigniam
â€œThe future sits in classrooms. Without question, education is a singular factor in determining the future of our world. I am honored to serve Educate Girls Globally, again,â€� said Mr. Rosenberg.
LOS ANGELES February 14, 2018
The Board of Directors at Educate Girls Globally (EGG) recently elected Nathan Owen Rosenberg, a founding partner at international management consulting firm, Insigniam, a director of the organization. Mr. Rosenbergâ€™s appointment expands the board to 12 directors.
â€œThe future sits in classrooms. Without question, education is a singular factor in determining the future of our world. I am honored to serve Educate Girls Globally, again,â€� said Mr. Rosenberg. â€œThe organization has a proven track record of opening education to girls in situations, where little or none existed. This then elevates the opportunity set for girls and women to make a difference in the possibility of a world that works for everyone with no one and nothing left out.â€�
The mission of Educate Girls Globally is to: Assist government ministries of education to reform schools by empowering girls to learn and to lead.
â€œFrom the beginning, we focused on reforming schools. Weâ€™ve been empowering girls to prosper through education for more than a decade now, doing so through profound cultural change, learning gains, and encouraging social entrepreneurship,â€� said A. Lawrence Chickering, Educate Girls Globallyâ€™s founder and president emeritus, â€œWith Nathanâ€™s business acumen, international experience, and expertise gleaned from transforming cultures in the worldâ€™s largest companies, he will add significantly to our capacity, as we expand partnerships with governments and empower girls as leaders and role models in less developed parts of the world.â€�
In addition to his new role with Educate Girls Globally, Nathan is also a vice president and executive board member of the Boy Scouts of America, board member and past chairman of the Boy Scoutsâ€™ Orange County Council, chairman of the Air Force Academy Alumni Rugby Club and co-chair of the Money in Politics committee of the Committee for Economic Development. He holds a B.S. in Management from the United States Air Force Academy and completed masterâ€™s course work in Legislative Affairs at George Washington University.
Insigniam has over 30 years of experience consulting with large, complex organizations in generating breakthroughs in strategic resultsâ€”topline growth, strategy implementation, improving profitability, strategic innovation, or cultural transformation. Insigniam pioneered the fields of organizational transformation and strategy innovation by marrying breakthrough performance and innovation, creating services and solutions that are unparalleled in their potency to quickly create dramatic growth and market leadership. Clients have documented, in aggregate, more than 50x ROI in results considered critical and essential to the success of their enterprises. Among Insigniamâ€™s solutions are: Enterprise Transformation, Breakthrough Projects, Transformational Leadership, and Managing Change. Offices are located in Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, Paris and Philadelphia.
To learn more about Insigniam, visit them online at http://www.insigniam.com.
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