Tag Archives: SEAD

Karen Clune, USAID, on Global Health and Social Entrepreneurship

Karen Clune, Senior Innovation Advisor for USAID’s Center for Accelerating Innovation and Impact, talks about the challenges and opportunities in scaling global health social ventures, provides advice for students interested in international development, and talks about her inspiration for working …

Facebook & Health: A Match Made in Latin America?

This post originally appeared on the Duke Global Digital Health Science Center blog. Their research study looking at the effect of Facebook in adapting healthy behaviors was one of four studies funded by SEAD last year. You can find summaries …

Our Top Posts of 2015

CASE had another busy and exciting year in 2015! We thought we’d share our most viewed posts for the year: #1: Did You Know? 10 Facts About CASE 600 students serving on nonprofit Boards. $12.1 million to launch a university …

Welcoming Our New Director of Programs Robyn Fehrman

As CASE continues to scale the impact of our work, we are excited to announce a new addition to our incredible team.  Starting in early December, Robyn Fehrman will join the CASE team as our new Director of Programs. As …

Alden Zecha, Sproxil, on Scaling

Alden Zecha, Co-Founder, CFO and Strategist for Sproxil, talks about the importance of relationship building with investors, challenges and lessons learned in scaling a social venture, and current trends in the field of social entrepreneurship.

Meet Alden Zecha, CASE’s First Executive-in-Residence

In our quest to develop the next generation of social impact leaders, CASE’s work doesn’t stop in the classroom. We connect students with practitioners to tackle the real world challenges of social entrepreneurship and translate research in to practice, ensuring …

Noora Health: Empowering Families as Caregivers

This post was written by Karen Ottoni, Fuqua MBA 2016. Karen arrived at the Fuqua School of Business after spending several years living abroad in Burundi and Ethiopia working in international development, primarily with USAID and USAID-funded projects. The experience inspired her …