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Emily Mead

Emily Mead

Director of Community Engagement

Greater Phoenix Economic Council

Phoenix, Arizona Area

Director of Community Engagement


Arizona State University

Masters in Public Administration, Emphasis in Non-Profit Management

Sparked with the urge to become a master in my industry, I chose to complete my Masters in Public Administration while working full time at GPEC for which I could apply the lessons to my current workload. While the ASU program taught me the principles of Public Administration, it also launched my curiosity and passion for Social Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprises.

Northern Arizona University

Bachelor's in Communication, Major in Public Relations and Advertising

Northern Arizona University is where I fell in love with marketing and communications -- it allowed me to turn my creative talents into hire-able skills and assets. Additionally, NAU granted me personal growth and taught me to have confidence in my beliefs and goals through my participation in NAU's Greek Life program as a Pi Beta Phi member.

Great article on the stereotypes of Milennials ...and how not all of them are true. Great share Ashley Cutler!!

Millennials may be the most overanalyzed generation in history, but there are some ideas we can put to rest for good.

8 myths about millennials at work that need to die?utm source