This month, we’re featuring two noteworthy executives whose organizations have gone permanently remote in 2021. When faced with 2020’s challenges, both of them were able to redirect their organizations successfully. They lent us the stories of their remote transitions for an article featuring their advice.
Dr. Michael McRee, COO of the North American Interfraternity Council (NIC), is an accomplished manager of resources and people. He has over two decades of experience in organizational development, nonprofit leadership, and fraternity guidance. In 2016, he became part of a team that reinvented the NIC for modern fraternity life. A lifelong learner himself, Dr. McRee strives to create meaningful learning experiences that help people and organizations achieve significance.
Originally a teacher and principal, Danielle Shockey’s passion for youth education and development led her to her current position as the CEO of Girl Scouts of Central Indiana. A former Girl Scout herself, Shockey is devoted to passing on confidence, courage, and character to as many girls and young women as Girl Scouts can reach. She directs the organization with an adaptive mindset, pushing it to evolve in order to meet the needs of its community.