Tag Archives: SBSI

Introducing CASE Scholar Jonathan M. Woodward

Jonathan Woodward

Duke’s Fuqua School of Business offers scholarships each year to individuals with social sector backgrounds who are looking to acquire business skills for use in their pursuit of social impact. The CASE Social Sector Scholarship brings in amazing students who add a …

Breaking the Paradigm: Nonprofit (Good) vs. For-Profit (Evil)

SightLife-Monty Montoya Talk

This post was written by Simone Pitre, Program Associate at Innovations in Healthcare, a partner in the Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke (SEAD). This year’s Sustainable Business and Social Impact (SBSI) conference focused on how business can tackle global challenges by …

Being Unreasonable: What the Unreasonable Institute Can Teach MBAs

Teju Ravilochan Unreasonable Institute

This post was written by Kylie Johnston, CASE Fellow, Co-President of the Net Impact Club, and Candidate for MBA, Class of 2017. This year’s Sustainable Business and Social Impact (SBSI) conference focused on how business can tackle global challenges by exploring …

SBSI17: The Best SBSI Yet

Danny Suits

This post was written by Danny Suits, a second-year Duke MBA student and co-chair of the Net Impact Club SBSI team. This year’s Sustainable Business and Social Impact (SBSI) conference focused on how business can tackle global challenges by exploring innovative …

Building a Movement: Jean Case & Her Vision at SBSI17

SBSI Jean Case

This post was written by Alejandra Rossi, a second-year Duke MBA student, CASE Fellow and a member of the Fuqua chapter of the Net Impact Club. This year’s Sustainable Business and Social Impact (SBSI) conference focused on how business can …

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 …

Barbara Bush on Building Global Health Leaders: SBSI16

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 …