Part of the PULSE experience is being pressed into service on any number of tasks outside of your traditional GSK job description, and this week’s
I recently met some talented young people to whom Donald Trump should well pay attention. Given only an hour, they designed profitable luxury high
Previously when I heard the term, “Residency”, my first thought was a medical residency. What I have learned is that a teacher residency is similar
January 21st- 5 degrees and 13 inches of snow!
New Years Eve 2013, my wife Cyndy, dog Zoopy and I started on a 2800 mile driving adventure from Vancouver WA to Philadelphia PA to
Hi Everyone, This 5th blog post is an update on how my Pulse assignment is going at the Philadelphia Education Fund (PEF). It’s been over
Hello! Several of you have graciously written and expressed your interest and support in improving Philadelphia Public Schools. But many of us also aren’t sure
MATH, MANDATES, REALITY (and, ART) First the Math: The total expenditure per Philadelphia student is $13,167, less than the statewide average of $14,108. (If you
In the late 70′s, as my father was assessing where in rural Michigan he could start a family practice, my parents chose a small Bavarian
Previous PULSE volunteers were right. The first 6 weeks of your 6 month PULSE assignment fly by! So far, my experience with the Philadelphia Education
With honor and humility, I began my 6 month PULSE assignment at the Philadelphia Education Fund (PEF) last month. PEF partners closely with the school
Why might you want the opportunity to work for a non-profit? Many of you may answer, “I want a chance to give back.” Three months
Earlier this week, I was watching a video of Deirdre Connelly, our president of North America pharmaceuticals at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), discussing GSK’s commitment to healthy communities.
Thanks for taking the time to catch up with me on my PUSLE assignment. I appreciated the many comments on my previous blog (“Remembering my