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Six Impact Trends to Watch in 2020

What are the impact trends that have you excited – or worried – as we enter 2020? We’ve been thinking about this question at CASE and have outlined six topics below that will drive our efforts in 2020 and will …

SOCAP Conversation on Scaling Impact

This blog is a repost from the SOCAP Learn Blog What does it take to scale social impact? A new project is uncovering answers to that question for social entrepreneurs, funders, and other key stakeholders working to accelerate the pace …

Highlights from the Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke

Launched in 2013, the Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke (SEAD) was a five-year collaborative project between the U.S. Agency for International Development, CASE, and Innovations in Healthcare; SEAD also leveraged additional interdisciplinary partners across and outside of Duke University.  Through …

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 …

Teju Ravilochan, Uncharted, on Scaling Impact and Building Trust

Teju Ravilochan is co-founder and former CEO of Uncharted (formerly Unreasonable Institute), which he started immediately after college with Tyler Hartung and Daniel Epstein. Before Uncharted, he spent nearly a year as executive assistant to Paul Polak, founder of iDE, …

3 Insights from Serial Social Entrepreneur Nancy Lublin

This post is written by Hannah Ford, a second year Duke MBA candidate, CASE Scholar, and co-chair of the CASE Fellows program.  Prior to Fuqua, Hannah worked with several social impact organizations focused on the arts, and she spent this …