Program Team

Meet the IGEL Program Team

Our dedicated team brings the highest-quality programs to our class participants each year. IGEL, Inc. partners with the Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business to develop and operate our carefully designed curriculum and leadership program.

 

Molly Nuttall
Program Manager

Associate Director
Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility
Georgia State University
Tower Place 200
3348 Peachtree Road NE
Suite 500
Atlanta, GA 30326

(678) 656-7328
(404) 413-7421

mnuttall@gsu.edu

Molly Nuttall has served as IGEL’s Program Manager since 2011. She’s also the Associate Director of the Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility at Georgia State University in Atlanta. After many years working in program, project and product management in several different industries, Molly joined GSU’s team to use her deep experience to develop and manage leadership programs like IGEL. She works on projects both in metro Atlanta and throughout the state. As Program Manager, Molly handles all the logistics and communications for the IGEL sessions, as well as managing the participant application process.


 
Lisa Weinstein

Facilitator

Georgia State University
Tower Place 200
3348 Peachtree Rd. NE, Ste. 500
Atlanta, GA 30326

(404) 664-1804
 

Lisa Weinstein, one of IGEL’s program facilitators, is a graduate of IGEL’s 2014 Class. With a background in wildlife ecology, Lisa has extensive experience in the environmental education field in both government and the non-profit sectors and as adjunct science faculty at a number of colleges and universities. In addition to her responsibilities with IGEL, Lisa is the senior program officer at the Turner Foundation, where she manages the strategic direction of the foundation’s effort to conserve and protect land, water, and wildlife, and serves on the board of directors for the Consultative Group on Biological Diversity (CGBD) – a professional organization of biodiversity funders.
     
 
Beth Blalock

Facilitator

Georgia State University
Tower Place 200
3348 Peachtree Rd. NE, Ste. 500
Atlanta, GA 30326

(404) 409-7326
 
Beth Allgood Blalock is a land use and environmental attorney and has a wide range of experience working on environmental and land use issues. She currently serves as the Assistant Branch Chief for the Land Branch of the Georgia Environmental Protection Division. Prior to this role, she was the General Counsel for the Georgia Conservancy and worked to foster communication and collaboration between developers and environmental stakeholders. She was previously an environmental attorney with King and Spalding and the Southern Environmental Law Center, and spent several years as a land use attorney representing developers in rezoning hearings. She has also taught environmental sustainability at Agnes Scott College and served as the Project Director for Georgia Legacy. She graduated with a degree in ecology and political science from the University of Georgia and also received her law degree from the University of Georgia.  Beth is an active member of All Saints’ Episcopal Church, where she serves as the Junior Warden, and sits on the alumni board at Pace Academy. She is a 2016 graduate of the Institute of Georgia Environmental Leaders.  She and her husband, also an attorney, enjoy living in the Virginia-Highland neighborhood of Atlanta with their two young children.

 

Robert L. Williams
Facilitator

Senior Fellow
Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility
Georgia State University
Tower Place 200
3348 Peachtree Road NE
Suite 500
Atlanta, GA 30326

(678) 656-7328

rwilliams133@gsu.edu

Dr. Rob Williams, one of IGEL’s program facilitators, is a social psychologist who works with individuals and groups in both the public sector and non-profit community on leadership, mastering change and improving organizational development. He is the Senior Fellow at Georgia State University’s Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility in Atlanta. Rob is active in research and writing about leadership development, social advocacy and group dynamics, primarily collaboration and conflict. He divides his time between facilitating programs like IGEL, and working as a national and international consultant and educator.

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