Assistant Professor, Edgewood School of Business/ Co-Founder, The Doyenne Group, Edgewood College
Amy Gannon is an Assistant Professor in the School of Business at Edgewood College. She teaches courses on entrepreneurship and organizational behavior, and directs a practicum program in which student teams do semester-long projects with local non-profit organizations.
Amy is also the Co-founder of the Doyenne Group, a Madison-based organization dedicated to expanding women’s entrepreneurship in the region. The Doyenne Group hosts weekend-long, strategic planning retreats for women entrepreneurs. Amy is also on the organizing committee for Startup Weekend Madison.
Amy’s research explores the venture creation process, in particular how people’s different identities shape their experience becoming an entrepreneur. She coaches new and aspiring entrepreneurs as they found and grow their ventures.
Amy has BA in International Studies and Economics from The American University, a MBA from Boston College, and a Doctorate of Business Administration in Organizational Behavior from Boston University. Prior to becoming educator, she worked in government, non-profit and private sector organizations. She lives in Madison with her husband and two young children.
This interactive workshop will guide you through the process of re-visiting and re-visualizing why your organization exists and how it can continue to matter in today's world. You'll explore the promise and values your organization has made to its core constituents, as well as how to build and sustain your…