My guest for Episode 023 of the Mountain Mantras: Wellness and Life Lessons show is Cece Gassner.
Cece Gassner is the Director of economic development for the Division of Research and Economic Development at Boise State University.
Cece talks with Kathryn on this interview about the importance of innovation. We speak specifically about three cutting-edge programs at Boise State University, 1) the College of Innovation and Design, 2) HBX, in collaboration with Harvard Business School, and 3) The Lean Launch program for entrepreneurs.
You just might get inspired to head over to the Makers Lab at the College of Innovation and Design and get your creative juices flowing.
You might also be interested in checking out the Boise State University Online Learning Guides that includes multiple detailed descriptions of multiple programs and career paths, their curriculum information, and a comprehensive outline comparison of their differences and similarities.
More about Cece
Cece has lived in Boise since 2004. She served as the assistant for economic development for Boise Mayor David Bieter for nearly six years, where she focused her efforts on advising on and implementing policies and programs to help Boise businesses. She also practiced law, concentrating in intellectual property-based transactions and privacy matters for almost 13 years.
She has served on the board of numerous nonprofit organizations, including Go Lead Idaho, the Association of Junior Leagues International, the Junior League of Boise, the Discovery Center of Idaho and Family Advocates.
Cece earned her BSE in biomedical engineering from Duke University and her J.D. from Boston University School of Law. She and her husband have one daughter.