The Challenges of Scale and How to Overcome Them

At CASE we are obsessed with a few things – supporting social ventures and impact investors to become more effective at achieving lasting social change, training the next generation of impact leaders through our MBA programs, and trying to answer what we believe is one of our field’s most critical questions: how do we help […]

Giving a Voice to “Invisible” Children

Maya Ajmera

On September 22nd, CASE Advisory Council member and Global Fund for Children founder Maya Ajmera joined us for the CASE Executive Speaker Series: A Lens on Social Impact. The event was co-sponsored by CASE, the Duke Center for International Development, and the Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative. More than 2 billion children worldwide are “invisible,” […]

Announcing the New CASE Advisory Council

Since 2002, CASE has been a leader in the field of social entrepreneurship, serving as a hub for research, teaching and practitioner engagement. We pride ourselves on not just being an academic center or teaching institution, but also connecting theory to practice, ensuring that our work is informed by and resonates with practitioners in the […]

CASE Advisor Ajmera Appointed Social Entrepreneur in Residence at Duke

This article was originally posted on DukeToday. Maya Ajmera, who founded the non-profit Global Fund for Children while a graduate student at Duke, has been appointed the university’s first social entrepreneur in residence. Ajmera will engage with all levels of the Duke community in social entrepreneurship and help create a learning environment that inspires and […]