Alex Brownstein "Each year, G3 clients present students with substantive problems. As a coach, I get to help a team of bright MBA students understand that problem from all angles and offer the client both an implementable set of solutions and research on long-term trends and emerging technologies that might become part of their evolving green strategies. While G3 is a program designed to develop managerial and leadership talent through the UAlbany MBA program, it provides a valuable way for client companies to partner with the University to have sharp minds look at their challenges, research best practices, and present possible solutions from a fresh perspective."


Alex Brownstein
Senior Vice President
DJE Science, a division of Edelman Public Relations

Jerry Shaye "UAlbany demonstrates its community engagement by bringing faculty, outside experts and coaches together with students and partner businesses to develop and implement cutting edge sustainable practices. G3 represents a win for participating students, businesses and the university."

Jerry Shaye
International Trade
Empire State Development

Jan Woodcock "Having worked with and recruited at other top business schools in the country, I have not seen a program that so fully integrates the students’ first year learning, drives their creativity and challenges their problem solving skills to the degree that the UAlbany G3 program does. The real world nature of the situation compels the students to organize a multifaceted team, gather and research relevant business issues, create business scenarios and develop compelling solutions within an urgent time frame. The caliber of the work was top notch."

Jan Woodcock
Global Telecom and Media
Wipro Consulting

William Brigham "I was stunned by the magnitude of the G3 presentations. The students provided incredible insight and knowledge of the energy sector far beyond any typical case study. G3’s complementary blend of diligent students, private sector executives, and knowledgeable staff resulted in strategic and practical solutions to current industry conditions."

William Brigham
Small Business Development Center
University at Albany, State University of New York