The Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship

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    CASE Chats

    The CASE Chats video series features the movers and shakers in the field of social entrepreneurship sharing their insights on tri-sector leadership, impact investing, social ventures, and more.  View the latest CASE Chats here.

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    From Idea to Launch: How Fuqua MBAs Began MedServe & 4 Lessons They Learned in Launching a Social Venture

    Each year, CASE awards one Fuqua MBA student with a budding social venture the CASE Launch Pad award. This $10,000 grant also comes with one-on-one coaching from CASE Senior Fellow and author Dan Heath, known for his best-selling books Decisive, …

  • Starting Your Social Venture

    3 Questions to Consider Before Starting Your Social Venture

    This post was written by CASE Executive-in-Residence and Sproxil Co-Founder Alden Zecha. He has over 25 years of experience in more than 35 countries and has founded several companies, including SEAD Innovator Sproxil, Inc., a social venture that provides a …

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    5 Ecosystem Issues Affecting Education Innovation in North Carolina

    “Tension.” “Blended.” “Experimental.” These are the words our practitioners chose when asked to describe North Carolina’s education ecosystem at the recent Sustainable Business and Social Impact Conference.  More importantly, these words quickly came to life as Darrell Alison ,  Dawn …

  • The 2016 CASE Fellows and CASE i3 Fellows

    Welcome 2016 CASE and CASE i3 Fellows

    Each year, CASE and CASE i3 selects an elite group of second year MBAs to act as ambassadors of CASE’s work and collaborate with the CASE team throughout the year. These fellows come from a wide range of backgrounds and …

  • Rose Marcario at SBSI16

    Rose Marcario on Social Impact in Corporations: SBSI16

    This post was written by Emily Silman, a second-year Duke MBA student, CASE Fellow and a member of the Fuqua chapter of the Net Impact Club. You know a CEO isn’t a stereotypical stuffy, out-of-touch C-suite leader when they request to deliver …

Rose Marcario on Social Impact in Corporations: SBSI16

Rose Marcario at SBSI16

This post was written by Emily Silman, a second-year Duke MBA student, CASE Fellow and a member of the Fuqua chapter of the Net Impact Club. You know a CEO isn’t a stereotypical stuffy, out-of-touch C-suite leader when they request to deliver …

Barbara Bush on Building Global Health Leaders: SBSI16

SBSI Barbara Bush Keynote on Global Health Corps

Tuberculosis. Zika Virus. High newborn and maternal death rates. Global health challenges such as these can seem insurmountable in the face of funding gaps, slow moving bureaucracies, infrastructure weaknesses, and other system-level challenges. This year at the Sustainable Business and …