My aspiration for Dartmouth is to let it soar with its strengths, which are many; become the best it can possibly be around those things which it already does so well.
-Jim Yong Kim, World Bank President-
In the above sentence , what does a word 'around' means and how does it work in this sentence?
I thought it is a preposition with the meaning "together with" or "along with".
Is this correct?