Day in Durham: Step One Towards Impactful Stewardship

This post was written by Chris Castro, Fuqua MBA 2017 and a CASE Scholar, in September 2015. After graduating from Loyola Marymount University, Chris was a 5th and 6th grade teacher in Honduras for the nonprofit organization The Farm of the Child. He spent five years working with City Year before becoming to Fuqua. Although […]

Multilingual Leadership: Cracking the Code

This post by Cathy Clark, Jed Emerson, and Ben Thornley was originally published on the SOCAP14 blog in September 2014. To visit the original post, click here. Last year at SOCAP, we had the privilege of sharing the high-level findings from our Impact Investing 2.0 research project, which included a dozen case studies of outstanding funds and […]

Interview with Greg Dees: Reflections on Teaching Social Entrepreneurship

David Bornstein recently wrote about “The Rise of the Social Entrepreneur” in the New York Times.  His blog notes the rapid increase in social entrepreneurship education – from only a handful of courses taught in 2002, to more than “350 professors and researchers focusing on the topic in more than 35 countries” by 2008, and continuing […]