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GLISI Receives $1,000 Gift from GSBA

Last week, new GLISI board member and incoming GSBA Executive Director, Valarie Wilson, presented GLISI with a check for $1,000 to to help advance our mission of...

GLISI Welcomes Three New Board Members

GLISI excitedly welcomes three new members to it's Board of Directors: Mr. Joseph C. Barrow (center) of Fayette County Public Schools, Ms. René Bostic (left) of...

GLISI Welcomes New Financial Business Manager

The GLISI team is excited to welcome Barbara E. Bush as our new Financial Business Manager. Barbara joins GLISI with extensive experience in non-profit management, accounting, and operations. She previously served as...

Congratulations to GLISI's 2015 EPFP Graduate!

Hearty congratulations to GLISI's Communications and Development Manager, Dr. Robert W. Gaines, II, for graduating in the 2015 class of the Georgia Partnership's Education Policy Fellowship...

A Transformative Year: GLISI's Inaugural Annual Report

The GLISI team is so excited to announce the release of our inaugural annual report and share the impact of our work during FY14. We...

Congratulations Dr. Letishia Seabrook Jones!

Congratulations to our Director of Strategic Consulting and most newly minted Ph.D., Dr. Letishia Seabrook Jones, who earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Education from Capella University School...

GLISI Receives $40,000 In Corporate Gifts

Within the last 24 hours, GLISI Board Member and Georgia Power Project Executive Henry Kelly presented us with a gift of $25,000 and GLISI Board Chair...

2015-2016 BASE CAMP AND LEADERSHIP SUMMIT REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

Registration for our flagship training event, Base Camp and Leadership Summit is now open. Unlike other leadership training experiences that are singularly focused on developing...

GLISI IS GROWING ITS TEAM OF CONSULTANTS

GLISI is seeking Performance Consultants who are interested in joining a hard-working, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of education in Georgia schools by...