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    //  July 24, 2016  //  No Comments

9 Pearls of Wisdom: Advice to younger social entrepreneurs

As social entrepreneurs, we are lucky. We live each day knowing that we are making a difference in the lives of others. It is a blessing, but it isn’t always easy. Now we have a new […]

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    //  July 12, 2016  //  Comments Off on Houston’s Farm Dirt, A True Story of Social Entrepreneurship

Houston’s Farm Dirt, A True Story of Social Entrepreneurship

I have a confession – I love dirt. This stems from growing up on a potato farm; I can close my eyes and bring myself back to my childhood where my father would come home from […]

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    //  June 27, 2016  //  Comments Off on New Model of Employment-Focused Social Enterprises Helps Workers Re-Enter Economy

New Model of Employment-Focused Social Enterprises Helps Workers Re-Enter Economy

Originally published as part of Washington Monthly’s  Successes in Philanthropy blog series In today’s political climate, it’s easy to assume that our civic systems are broken, and accomplishments—when they are not denigrated or outright dismissed by […]

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    //  June 14, 2016  //  Comments Off on A Brighter Investment: Supporting students in the developing world

A Brighter Investment: Supporting students in the developing world

Social entrepreneurship is often hailed for its ability to hijack the system, so to speak; a social enterprise gives us a new approach to our way of life and the chance to reform it. Yet, its […]

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    //  May 28, 2016  //  Comments Off on 9 Lessons from a Founding Father of Social Enterprise

9 Lessons from a Founding Father of Social Enterprise

I knew of Jerr Boschee long before I met him – he is a legend in the social enterprise space. I now am lucky enough to count him as a close friend and mentor. A standout […]

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Houston’s Farm Dirt, A True Story of Social Entrepreneurship
July 12, 2016  //  Comments Off on Houston’s Farm Dirt, A True Story of Social Entrepreneurship
I have a confession – I love dirt. This stems from growing up on a potato farm; I can close my eyes and bring myself b ...
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Social Entrepreneurs: What’s in a revenue stream?
May 26, 2016  //  Comments Off on Social Entrepreneurs: What’s in a revenue stream?
I have a pretty high standard on what I consider a revenue stream. A start-up venture would identify startup capital (fu ...
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Inside Skwachàys Lodge, Canada’s Aboriginal Art Hotel
April 17, 2016  //  Comments Off on Inside Skwachàys Lodge, Canada’s Aboriginal Art Hotel
SEE Change’s video series profiling social entrepreneurs effecting change continues with a visit to Skwachàys Lod ...

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