Social Enterprise

Policy, the Private Sector, and the Promise of a More Inclusive Economy With Heather Higginbottom

Social Enterprise News | June 22, 2021

Heather Higginbottom is the president of the JPMorgan Chase PolicyCenter, which develops and advances sustainable, evidence-based policy solutions to drive inclusive economic growth in the United States and around the world.

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Four New Social Ventures Receive Seed Funding from Columbia’s Tamer Fund for Social Ventures

Social Enterprise News | June 17, 2021

Four new Tamer Fund for Social Venture awardees were selected after their participation in an application screening round, a due diligence process with student teams from a Columbia Business School course, and a final pitch to the fund’s investment board.

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Courage, Capital, and the Future of Mission Investments With Roy Swan

Social Enterprise News | June 8, 2021

 Roy Swan is the director of mission investments at the Ford Foundation and a national leader in the fields of sustainable finance, impact investing, and community and economic development.

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JUST Capital: Can Companies Deliver on the Promise of Stakeholder Capitalism? With Martin Whittaker

Social Enterprise News | May 25, 2021

Martin Whittaker is a leader in the field of sustainable finance, impact investing, and responsible business and founding CEO of JUST Capital, a nonprofit dedicated to aligning corporate behavior with the values of the American people.

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The Future of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation With Cheryl Dorsey

Social Enterprise News | May 11, 2021

Cheryl Dorsey is a trailblazer in the social entrepreneurship movement and the president of Echoing Green, a global nonprofit that supports emerging social entrepreneurs and invests deeply in their ideas and leadership.

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The Six New Rules of Business: Creating Real Value in a Changing World With Judy Samuelson

Social Enterprise News | April 27, 2021

Judy Samuelson — founder and executive director of the Aspen Institute Business and Society Program and author of The Six New Rules of Business: Creating Real Value in a Changing World — discusses how and why the rules of business are changing for the better.

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Poverty, Opportunity, and Equity: The Future of Philanthropy and Social Change With Wes Moore

Social Enterprise News | April 13, 2021

Wes Moore — bestselling author, combat veteran, social entrepreneur, and chief executive officer of the Robin Hood Foundation — is one of the country’s leading voices on issues of economic opportunity and social and racial equity.

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Leadership, Inclusive Growth, and the Future of New York City With Dan Doctoroff

Social Enterprise News | March 30, 2021

Dan Doctoroff, chairman and CEO of Sidewalk Labs, explores “crisis as catalyst,” how New York’s leaders re-imagined and rebuilt the city in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks with strong management and execution, resourceful innovation, and a belief that “the impossible is possible” — all essential elements for recovery today.

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Innovation and Corporate Citizenship in Extraordinary Times With Sally Susman

Social Enterprise News | March 16, 2021

Sally Susman, executive vice president and chief corporate affairs officer at Pfizer, talks about leadership, innovation, breakthroughs, and partnerships in these extraordinary times.

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Community Development Financial Institutions: Financing Justice, Investing in Hope With Lisa Mensah

Social Enterprise News | March 2, 2021

Lisa Mensah, president and CEO of Opportunity Finance Network, discusses economic and community development finance institutions (CDFIs), finance justice, and ways the Biden-Harris Administration can support CDFIs to "finance hope" and help struggling communities build back stronger.

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