The FILC works extremely closely with the SBA faculty/staff, alumni, and industry executives that make up its Advisory Board and Executive Committee.
Distinguished CEOs and executives from leading firms volunteer their time and expertise to the FILC, helping ensure that programs are current and relevant. CEOs such as Western Family's Ron King and Compli's Ken Thrasher aid the FILC in long-term strategy, financial planning, fundraising and development.
The FILC also works in conjunction with an Advisory Board comprised of a skilled team of industry leaders representing a wide variety of industry interests. The Industry Advisory Board meets regularly with the program directors to assist with program development, fundraising and marketing. By providing an industry perspective, these individuals each contribute to the Center's continued growth and success.