Damon Grandbouche - Leadership Facilitator and Marquette Graduate

About Damon Grandbouche

An adjunct instructor at the Princeton-Blairstown Center in New Jersey, Damon Grandbouche leverages experience gained at the National Outdoor Leadership School to facilitate social emotional learning, risk management, and teamwork skills to individuals in underserved communities through experimental education. A stay-at-home parent, Damon Grandbouche has made a living through self-directed investing since 1999. He previously served as director and assistant vice president of Concentra Managed Care, Inc., where he explored venture capital opportunities to help grow the business.

From 1993 to 1996, Damon Grandbouche served as president and founder of Coyote Coffee Company. He holds a bachelor's degree in economics and international affairs from Marquette University and spent a semester studying at Richmond College in London, England. Beyond his professional endeavors, Mr. Grandbouche volunteers with Princeton Little League Baseball and the Princeton Montessori School Parent Association. He's also a past president of the Nassau Swim Club, where he managed a board of volunteers and provided financial oversight for a $200,000 annual budget.