CASE Senior Fellow for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness

Do you consider yourself a conduit for change in the area of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)? CASE is looking for a Senior Fellow for DEI to help us better understand the challenges and opportunities in this area of the social sector and beyond so we might contribute to change. We believe that DEI is […]

4 Steps Toward Creating a Truly Inclusive Workplace: Lessons Learned from SBSI 2018

“Diversity, equity, and inclusion should be everyone’s job,” said Dwayne Marshall, Senior Director of Programs and Partnerships at Southeastern Council of Foundations and panelist on the Sustainable Business and Social Impact Conference (SBSI) 2018 discussion on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). “All too often, in the corporate and not-for-profit sectors, that role and responsibility falls […]

The Fierce Urgency of Now: Social Impact Leaders Speak Out on Charlottesville

Photo courtesy Bob Mical Last weekend, white supremacists descended upon the town of Charlottesville, holding a rally that turned violent and led to the death of three people and more than thirty injured. The events in Charlottesville are another example highlighting the work that still needs to be done for racial equity in this country. […]

CASE Chat: Building a more inclusive social entrepreneurship space with Camelback Ventures’ Aaron Walker

Aaron Walker Camelback

This month’s CASE Chat features Aaron Walker, Founder and CEO of Camelback Ventures. Camelback Ventures was started with the mission of connecting underrepresented minorities in the entrepreneurial space with the coaching, connections, and access to capital needed to succeed in their social ventures. Based in New Orleans, has helped over 30 social entrepreneurs scale their […]

How Do We Erase the Lines of Divide?

Aaron Walker at Fuqua

This post was written by Kylie Johnston, CASE Fellow, Co-President of the Net Impact Club, and Candidate for MBA, Class of 2017. Want to learn about the next CASE Executive Speaker event? Sign up for the CASE Newsletter! I am an Australian from a middle-income nuclear family of six. I went to a good Australian public […]