CINCINNATI, Ohio—Gensuite, cloud-based compliance and management systems software solutions provider, is pleased to announce that its Executive Vice President & Customer Development Officer, Natasha Porter, will serve her alma mater as an inaugural member of the Center for Leadership Education Advisory Committee. The purpose of the committee is to connect alumni with tools and services to mentor current students. Natasha has previously participated as a judge during the school’s Business Plan Competition and is looking forward to judging again this year as part of the committee.
Natasha was also recently featured in an interview in the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering Alumni Stories Newsletter, which details why Natasha chose to attend Johns Hopkins, advice for aspiring engineers, her current career and more.
“(Johns Hopkins University) gave me a great educational foundation for a successful career and during my time at Hopkins I had a chance to interact with alumni that were investing their time with students. I really appreciated all the interactions I had with alumni during my time at Hopkins and want to give back to current students in the same way,” said Natasha Porter.
To read the full interview, visit here.
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