Carolyn Lugbill, GWSB MS ’88, was recently named partner at SHIFTPOINTS Inc., a strategy consulting firm based in Tysons Corner, VA. The company’s partners operate as facilitators, using programs, products and structured processes to help executive teams.
Lugbill, who is president of Going Global Matters, (www.goingglobalmatters.com), will serve as an authorized “value-added reseller” of SHIFTPOINTS programs and products.
Lugbill founded Going Global Matters to help associations and other nonprofits develop international strategies and plans that are sustainable and relevant to the organization’s stakeholders.
Previously, Lugbill served as the international activities director for the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), and before that, as director of industry and government affairs at the National Glass Association.
She holds a master’s degree in association management from GW and a bachelor’s degree in business administration and economics from The King’s College. She is a certified association executive and a member of ASAE, The Center for Association Leadership.
Lugbill also serves as a volunteer leader with The Joshua Fund, an organization that provides humanitarian relief to needy individuals in the Middle East.