Jim Gibbons (US executive)
Gibbons earned his bachelor of science degree in industrial engineering from Purdue University, and attended the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration (where he was the first blind person to receive an MBA). Before coming to Goodwill in April 2008, he was CEO for 10 years of the National Industries for the Blind. Prior to NIB, Gibbons was the president and CEO of Campus Wide Access Solutions, a subsidiary of AT&T.
Gibbons is a member of the Forbes Nonprofit Council and also serves as a member of the board of directors for the Independent Sector, the National Workforce Solutions Advisory Board and SourceAmerica.
On 14 December 2010, he was named to the newly established White House Council for Community Solutions. In 2015, he won the Henry Viscardi Achievement Awards given to leaders in the disability sector.
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