Since 1991 when LCC opened its doors to the first group of students, many things have changed, except one: LCC’s mission to provide university education within an international learning community that transforms people for servant leadership.
Ieva Pikžirnytė — is a local and regional food and drink expert as well as food editor. Ieva is a 2011 graduate from LCC with a degree of International Business Administration. In 2013, she graduated with a Master’s degree (MSc) in Food Identity from Groupe Ecole superieure d’Agriculture d’Angers in France. “LCC gave me the universal degree for the rest of my life: the one that consists of both professional as well as interpersonal knowledge. The set of competencies gained at LCC, I believe, will be used in many areas in your life. It’s a perfect institution to grow, develop, unfold and mature. Being immersed in multicultural and liberal arts environment, it prepared me to jump onto the next adventures in Food Identity (not business world). I will be forever grateful to my Alma Mater.”