SAN FRANCISCO - Presidio Graduate School (PGS) has appointed Liz Maw as President of the institution. Maw assumes leadership of the school as it implements a renewal of its sustainability-focused curriculum and embarks on a new strategic partnership with Amity Global Education Organization. This partnership allows PGS to expand degree programs and bring its mission to educate future sustainability leaders with the skills they need.

Maw comes to Presidio Graduate School from NetImpact where she served as President for the last 14 years. She brings an extensive background in organizational development and in creating innovative programs to help students and young professionals realize their ambitions.

Commenting on her new appointment, Maw said, “I am excited to join the Presidian community as President and lead a new phase of growth in size, diversity and impact. Today, we see increasing need for leaders in the business and public sectors that can think and act in systems to create sustainable outcomes for all stakeholders. Building additional capacities to educate these transformative leaders is my passion.”

Founded in 2002, PGS is a values-driven graduate school offering MBA, MPA, and Dual MBA/MPA degree programs and professional certificates in sustainable solutions.