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Wednesday, June 27 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Social Entrepreneurship: Another Path to Success WAITLIST OPEN

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Not all entrepreneurs focus solely on making massive amounts of money for themselves - some want to use their skills to leave the world in a better place.    We have put together a world-class panel of social entrepreneurs in San Diego who are working to make a difference in people’s lives and positive change in the world.  This panel will explore the world of social entrepreneurship - how to get involved in the field, what to do if you have a social enterprise idea, how to get support for your idea, and how and when to seek funding.

Participants will learn different approaches to social entrepreneurship including  market-driven (double and triple bottom line techniques) as well as affecting policy or political  change plus they will review trends in the industry and unique approaches they are observing throughout the world.


Moderators
avatar for Alicia Quinn

Alicia Quinn

Director, Programs, Mission Edge
Alicia is Director of Programs at Mission Edge, where she has developed CSR programs and an accelerator to empower innovative, mission-driven social enterprises to create revenue-generating business models. Alicia holds a BS from Georgetown and a MS from Columbia.

Speakers
avatar for Karen Henken

Karen Henken

Professor of Practice, Social Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship, University of San Diego
I teach social innovation and social entrepreneurship in University of San Diego Kroc School's Master of Arts in Social Innovation (MASI). MASI and the Kroc School focuse on developing changemakers and leaders creating social impact in the US and globally. | I bring 25 years of business... Read More →
avatar for Teresa Smith

Teresa Smith

CEO, Dreams for Change
Teresa Smith founded Dreams for Change in 2009 to provide innovative programming and research in homelessness, food security, and workforce development. Programs include the Safe Parking for homeless living in vehicles and Eat Better Today; mobile food trucks for meals and workforce... Read More →
avatar for Melissa Williamson

Melissa Williamson

CEO, Collective Impact Center
Melissa is the CEO of Collective Impact Center as well as an artist and facilitator for a female empowerment group that focuses on art, mentorship and social innovation. She is an educator by trade, specializing in adult learning in the workforce and elementary education in the homeschooling... Read More →


Wednesday June 27, 2018 10:15am - 11:15am
Terrace Room - 207/208 202 C St, San Diego, CA 92101, USA

Attendees (225)


Waitlist (16)