- International Admissions Officer (Sullivan University) -Business Consultant-Performance Engineer -Technology Project Manager -APDP Talent Consultant (Humana) -Brown-Forman careers (multi-cultural marketing)-GE opportunities-Humana job opportunities -LG&E career center-Linak jobs (bi-linguals)-Yum! career opportunities
Michael Iacovazzi-Pau Manager of Global EngagementGreater Louisville Inc.Miacovazzi-pau@GreaterLouisville.com (LUXEMBOURG-FRANCE-ITALY)
Michael is Manager of Global Engagement at Greater Louisville Inc. – the Metro Chamber of Commerce, the region’s primary economic development, workforce development and business leadership organization. Michael joined GLI in June 2009 to launch a new talent attraction initiative called Greater Louisville International professionals (G.L.I.P.) to welcome, engage, and connect international professionals with the local community and is now working on new strategies to provide businesses and individuals more global opportunities.. Prior to becoming Program Manager, he served as Director of Operations at Unique Management Services, a material recovery service in Southern Indiana that serves public libraries around the world, and had responsibility for managing a production department and an outbound Call Center. Michael graduated from Sullivan University with a BA in Hospitality Management, and obtained a MBA at Indiana University Southeast.
Prior to living in Louisville, Michael resided in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg (Europe), where he lived for 16 years. He attended high school in Belgium and his native language is French and Italian.
In addition to his role with Greater Louisville Inc., Michael represents the international community on the DRIVE committee, a Young Professional Engagement Initiative founded by Bingham Fellows which serves as an advisory council for the Metro Mayor and also serves on the Crane House Asia Institute Outreach committee. He received the World Affairs Council Global Visionaries Award in 2011, and was selected on the 2011 Germany Rotary Study Exchange Program.
His multicultural background and expertise working for international businesses bring a wealth of global perspectives for Greater Louisville Inc.
Silvia SulfridgeG.L.I.P. Internssulfridge@GreaterLouisville.com(AUSTRIA-POLAND)
Silvia is G.L.I.P's Intern since May 2012. Prior to becoming a part of the G.L.I.P. team, Silvia worked in a Marketing and tourism agency in Vienna, Austria. She graduated from the University of Vienna where she obtained a Master's of Law and a Master in Eastern European Languages and Culture.
Silvia moved to Louisville in October 2011 and was living in Vienna, Austria before. She had the opportunity to intern in Poland and London and is well-travelled. Silvia is fluent in German and Polish.
Advisory CouncilThe Advisory Council is made up of 14 appointed globally minded professionals who play a critical role in the direction of G.L.I.P.'s programming for 2013 and beyond. The Advisory Council provides management advice and helps guide G.L.I.P. – both in the program's 2013 plans and its strategic goals for 2014 and beyond; focusing on several key areas of our organization: foreign born talent attraction and sourcing, public awareness of international talent, member engagement and connections, website development, and fostering corporate citizenship with your company. If you have any ideas or suggestions to improve G.L.I.P. please contact any of the members or Michael Iacovazzi Pau, Program Manager.
G.L.I.P. Family Resource GroupThe G.L.I.P. Family Resource Group was created to serve as a resource center for International families, starting life in Louisville and to provide them with the tools and resources they need to succeed. If you are interested in this program, please contact the Family Resource Group Chair, Jacki Westwell.
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The Greater Louisville International Professionals (G.L.I.P.) showcases Louisville’s welcoming and inclusive nature by serving as a trusted source of information, conversations and connections between international professionals and the region’s business community. G.L.I.P. also offers a valuable forum for the area’s professionals or companies doing business internationally and thinking with a global perspective.