The Real Deal- Kesha Cash '10, a social entrepreneur and an activist for the next generation of change-makers.
For Kesha Cash '10, being an impact investor means doubling as a social entrepreneur and as an activist for the next generation of change-makers.
The article discusses Prof. Gonen ’04 and his appointment as New York City’s deputy commissioner for recycling and sustainability.
In an article for The Huffington Post, Director of the Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center Murray Low discusses the annual A. Lorne Weil Outrageous Business Plan Competition. A photo gallery of students who pitched their business plans is also featured.
Professor Bruce Kogut recently co-authored an article describing how bringing philanthropic and investment capital together effectively could increase capacity to address pressing social challenges and how savvy financial structuring would be necessary to make this work.
Sir Ronald Cohen, chairman of The Portland Trust and Bridges Ventures, spoke at the annual Stanley R. Klion Forum.
Women should own the stories of their careers, declared Debra Coughlin ’82 during her keynote speech at the 19th Annual Columbia Women in Business (CWIB) Conference.
Daniel Mintzer '13, Morris Cox '13, Donnel Baird '13, and Yaniv Kalish '12 came in second place at the annual Ross Renewable Energy Case Competition.
MBA students Donnel Baird '13, Morris Cox '13, Elmer Moore '13, and Miklos Raibon '13 won first place at the annual Net Impact Case Competition.
A new study by Professor Jonah Rockoff and colleagues indicates that good elementary school teachers have a positive effect on students in the long-term.