Neil Blumenthal co-founded a company that revolutionized the eyewear industry, and partners with an award-winning social venture that Ella Gudwin leads, extending the gift of sight around the world.
Clara Miller is a world renowned leader in the impact investing field, having founded a successful fund providing loans to nonprofits, and then pivoting a large foundation to investing all of its assets for mission.
Meg Garlinghouse helps marginalized communities build networks and access opportunities, as an arm of the world’s largest professional social network.
These inspiring leaders of social change, and 30 others like them, will come together at the Fuqua School of Business on February 7th for the 13th Annual Sustainable Business and Social Impact Conference. Through keynote talks, fireside chats, dynamic panels, and lots of informal networking, individuals from Duke, Durham, and beyond will learn about how people and organizations are collaborating across sectors to solve some of the world’s greatest social challenges.
Dynamic Panel Topics
Interested in the emerging role of blockchain technology in the social sector?
Want to think about how we can measure the impact of diversity and inclusion programs?
Thought much about the role artificial intelligence will play in our future healthcare systems?
Interested in how business, government, and the social sector are approaching the opioid epidemic?
Want to talk about if the American Dream of “pulling yourself up by your bootstraps” is still possible, and how we can ensure pathways to prosperity for marginalized populations?
SBSI will engage you with experts and leaders in all of these topics and more. Much more. We hope you will join CASE, the Fuqua Net Impact Club and Fuqua’s Center for Energy, Development, and the Global Environment (EDGE) for the largest event of its kind in the Southeast.
Need we say more?