San Diego News Network asked readers and local leaders of all ages — who are 35 of San Diego’s young leaders working to improve the region either through political organizations, nonprofit work or simply grassroots activism? (Read 35 Under 35 San Diego community leaders story here)
Ashleigh Livingston, a current MBA student at PLNU was recognized for her entrepreneurial spirit and role as women’s rights activist. She is co-founder of San Diego-Based Nu Intentions.
“Ash Livingston is a student who truly has been inspired to put her faith into action in the workplace to help those less fortunate to express their creativity and to channel this into the ability to make a living in today’s globalized world,” said Jose Munoz, Director of the MBA program at PLNU.
On behalf of all the staff and faculty of the Fermanian School of Business we congratulate Livingston for this notable recognition.
Ashleigh Livingston (right) with her business partner, Carrie Stewart, at the PLNU Entreprenuer Enrichment Program (EEP) Expo.