Tag Archives: social entrepreneurship

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 …

Hiding in Plain Sight: How Can Social Entrepreneurs Handle Burnout?

This post was written by Kristine Pearson, Founder of Lifeline Energy, formally known as Freeplay Foundation. Pearson serves on the Women’s Leadership Board of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and was honored with the James C. Morgan Global Humanitarian Award in …

Women Social Entrepreneurs Share Tips of the Trade

Women Social Entrepreneurs

This post was written by Katie Jansen and originally posted on Duke Today. You can find the original post here. Four female innovators told a Duke audience last week that social entrepreneurship was a way for women to challenge the …

Day in Durham: Spending Time in the Muck

This post was written by Tiffany Hsieh, a 2018 Fuqua MBA and a CASE Scholar. For the past three years, she conducted impact evaluations of education programs at the non-profit, independent research institute SRI International. She previously taught middle school …

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 …

4 Lessons on Scaling Social Ventures through Partnerships

Bigger isn’t always better. That’s one key headline global health entrepreneurs offered staff of USAID’s Center for Accelerating Innovation & Impact  and Higher Education Solutions Network during a recent panel discussion titled Lessons Learned on the Journey to Scale. During …