[WEBINAR] Systems Entrepreneurship for Social Change Event Logo

[WEBINAR] Systems Entrepreneurship for Social Change

by Yale SOM Alumni Community


Wed, Sep 4, 2019

12 PM – 1 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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Complex social problems are beyond the scope of any one organization; they require a joint effort among a variety of groups, and someone to catalyze that collaboration—a systems entrepreneur. Join us for a conversation with two Yale SOM alumni about the challenges and opportunities of systems entrepreneurship for social change. Bring experiences and conundrums from your own work.

Barbara Hammond ’89, CEO and Co-founder, The Learning Alliance
Donald Gips ’89, CEO, Skoll Foundation

Teresa Chahine, Sheila and Ron ‘92 BA Marcelo Lecturer in Social Entrepreneurship


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Teresa Chahine

Sheila and Ron ‘92 BA Marcelo Lecturer in Social Entrepreneurship

Yale School of Management

Teresa Chahine is the inaugural Sheila and Ron ’92 B.A. Marcelo Lecturer in Social Entrepreneurship. She is the author of "Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship," a twelve step framework for building impactful ventures in new and existing organizations. Dr. Chahine's research focuses on developing tools to characterize and advance social and environmental determinants of health. She launched the first social entrepreneurship program in the context of public health, at Harvard University. She was also responsible for launching the first venture philanthropy organization in her home country of Lebanon, providing tailored financing and critical management support to social enterprises serving marginalized populations through education and job creation for youth and women.

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