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Impact Investing: Where Are We Now & Where Are We Going – SOCAP16

This post was written by Sidney McLaurin, Jr., a CASE i3 Fellow and Co-Chair for the 2016-17 academic year. Sidney recently attended SOCAP, the annual conference in San Francisco that brings together impact investors, social entrepreneurs, foundations, corporations, global nonprofits, and others contributing to …

A First-Timer’s Experience: 3 Reflections from SOCAP

Cathy Clark at SOCAP

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to attend SOCAP16 for the first time. With the tagline “A Conference at the Intersection of Money + Meaning,” this annual convening of global innovators, investors, foundations, governments, institutions, and social entrepreneurs deeply …

A Summer Interning in Social Impact Bonds and Healthcare

Julia Korn SIF

Julia Korn (Daytime MBA 2017) came to Fuqua from a career in healthcare. Most recently, she worked for North Shore-LIJ Health System (now Northwell Health). At Fuqua she is a CASE Fellow and the co-lead of the Net Impact Careers …

Aligning Capital with Mission

The Annie E. Casey Foundation, a private foundation dedicated to improving the lives of America’s children and families, engaged InSight at Pacific Community Ventures — with research support from The Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at Duke University — …

The Role of Big Society Capital in Growing Impact Investment

During his visit to campus in December, Nick O’Donohoe, CEO of Big Society Capital, provided insight into the founding of the organization and its role in building the social investment market in the United Kingdom. Impact investing (as we know …