Katherine Gullett commented on Investing in Our Children's Future: This company contributes to Good Health and Well-Being by providing children with healthy meals in and out of school. One of its strongest focuses is on affordability, allowing healthy meals to reach even more children.
Katherine Gullett commented on Adventure Apparel from the Andes: I am inspired by the way this innovation is built on the skills and knowledge of the people in the supply chain. This is a great example of cross-generational collaboration as well as recognizing and celebrating the culture of llama farming in Bolivia.
Katherine Gullett commented on A Farm Growing More Than Produce: The New Farm is filling society's needs for healthy food, soil and jobs! It is exciting to see this farm helping the world reach many of the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development.
Katherine Gullett is Operations Manager of the Fowler Center. In this role, she supports the Fowler Center staff, faculty, advisory board and student researchers. A born and raised Clevelander, she holds a BA from Baldwin-Wallace College (now Baldwin Wallace University) and an MBA from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. She is co-author of the teaching case “Pyramyd Air: Looking Through the Scope of Values,” written under the auspices of the Fowler Center and published by Ivey Publishing, Ivey Business School. She is a member of the Women Staff Leadership Development Institute (WSLDI) at CWRU. Some of her favorite things are yoga, nature walks, cooking at home, and her neighborhood and community.
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