Women Social Entrepreneurs Share Tips of the Trade

Women Social Entrepreneurs

This post was written by Katie Jansen and originally posted on Duke Today in November 2016. 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 status quo. The four entrepreneurs spoke Nov. 16 at a panel co-sponsored […]

Working with Enclude to Strengthen Financial Services for Women

This post was written by Evelyn Powery, a 2015 graduate of the Duke MBA program, in June 2015. While at Fuqua, Evelyn served as student co-chair for CASE i3 and as a CASE fellow. The CASE i3 Fellowship allows practitioners to engage MBA students on real-world challenges related to the diverse field of impact investing. […]

2014 CASE Award Goes to Living Goods

March 2014 CASE is excited to announce the 2014 winner of the CASE Award for Enterprising Social Innovation (ESI), Living Goods! Living Goods is a fantastic social venture that empowers the poor through networks of ‘Avon-like’ micro-entrepreneurs who go door-to-door teaching families how to improve their health and wealth while selling a broad assortment of […]