On April 4, 2008, the Pan-African Network of Columbia's School of International and Political Affairs hosted its fifth annual African Economic Forum to encourage discussion of core issues relating to African development. Several promising entrepreneurs presented their respective visions for addressing the most pressing social needs for the continent in a panel entitled "Capital Change: Market-Based Philosophies for Social Good." The social entrepreneurs were Adrien Couton, water portfolio manager at the Acumen Fund; Trevor Dudley, founder of the Kids League; Nadine Hack, president of beCause Global Consulting; Wanja Michuki '02, founder of the Highland Tea Company; and Euvin Naidoo, president and CEO of the South African Chamber of Commerce in America.
Goyal, Suprita. "Capital Change: Market-Based Philosophies for Social Good." Chazen Web Journal of International Business (2008). http://www4.gsb.columbia.edu/chazen/journal.
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