In these difficult economic times, it’s easy for any non-profit to end up on the brink of financial ruin.
See how one very large and very dynamic team in St. Petersburg, Florida is not only surviving, but thriving. Hear from the leaders of PARC who are molding the culture. This personal narrative provides very practical and universally-applicable principles that will help your organization recognize strengths and maximize networks and resources. In social enterprise, sometimes we need to be reminded of the importance of being social!
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Meet the authors:
Benjamin Chang is a Fiscal and Business Manager in the College of Medicine at the University of South Florida. He is currently pursuing his MBA at the University of South Florida, St Petersburg with focuses in Social Entrepreneurship and International Business. Mr. Chang is a Board Member and newly appointed Treasurer of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Social Enterprise Alliance.
Alison Watkins, Ph.D. is the Associate Dean for Graduate, Professional and Executive Education for the College of Business at the University of South Florida St Petersburg. The MBA program in the College was ranked for many years by Beyond Grey Pinstripes, an Aspen Institute MBA Rankings based on social and environmental sustainability. Dr. Watkins is a Board Member of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Social Enterprise Alliance and teaches courses on corporate responsibility and ethics.
Maling Ebrahimpour, Ph.D. is the Dean & Professor of Management for the College of Business at the University of South Florida St Petersburg. Dr. Ebrahimpour serves on the board of several organizations such as Tampa Bay Technology Forum (TBTF), EverGreens, Saint Petersburg Art Alliance (SPAA), and Social Enterprise Alliance – Tampa Bay Chapter. One of Dean Ebrahimpour’s primary research interests is in the area of Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics in Supply Chain.