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Class of 2018: Postgraduate Diploma in Corporate Sustainability

The Postgraduate Diploma in Corporate Sustainability provides the tools, techniques and strategic thinking that business leaders need to build a coherent sustainability strategy.

The Center for Corporate and Professional Development at Furman University recently recognized the Class of 2018 graduates of the Postgraduate Diploma in Corporate Sustainability. The Class of 2018 includes:

The Postgraduate Diploma in Corporate Sustainability is aimed at business people who are in charge of defining and implementing sustainability initiatives for their organizations.

Angela Lynn Arve, Girl Scouts of South Carolina-Mountains to Midlands

John Walter Bridges, BMW Manufacturing Co.

Clayton Burton, Furman University

Tammy Looper Cooper, Wofford College

Kathryn Marilyn Davenport, Community Works Carolina

Amy Doser, Greenville Revitalization Corporation

Elizabeth Durham, Greenville Technical College

Mary Moore Gentry, ScanSource

Philip Ivey, Milliken

Tony Jordan, AnMed

Arthur Scott McAlister, BMW Manufacturing Co.

Paul Pruitt, Milliken

Ashley Powell, Bon Secours

James Douglas Sprouse, Greenville Technical College

Mark Peter Staiger, BMW Manufacturing Co.

“Corporate sustainability is being embraced across the country, not only because it’s the right thing to do, but because it makes good business sense,” said Brad Bechtold, executive director of Continuing Education at Furman. “It lowers business costs, improves productivity and enhances reputation.  Our corporate sustainability program provides the tools, techniques and strategic thinking that business leaders need to build a coherent sustainability strategy. These outstanding graduates are now armed with the knowledge, skills and ability to make a difference in their organizations and the community.”

Bechtold said the course offers a broad overview of sustainability as well as a detailed review of major practices in sustainability. It also identifies the sustainable business strategies that offer the most effective return on investment and demonstrate how sustainability can become an ongoing strategic business practice.

“Our Postgraduate Diploma in Corporate Sustainability is aimed at business people who are in charge of defining and implementing sustainability initiatives for their organizations,” Bechtold said.  “There are many sustainability type educational programs across the country, but none are as comprehensive and business focused as Furman’s program, which will be offered again in the spring of 2019.”

For more information or to register, contact Brad Bechtold at 864-294-3136, or visit the website at www.fusbp.com

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