Professor Chahine is delivering a taste of SOM with her master class on Public Health Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship.
Innovators and investors across sectors are mobilizing resources and creating global partnerships to address the social and environmental determinants of health. Professor Chahine will lead a discussion on distinguishing factors that differentiate this new field of practice from traditional public service, and from other forms of entrepreneurship. Her class will have broad appeal to alumni entrepreneurs, investors, academics, non-profit leaders, and business leaders.
Some advance preparation (short pre-work readings) will be required, please see below. The evening will close with a networking reception with appetizers and beverages. Space is limited; registration required. We hope to see you there.
6:00-6:30pm | Check-in
6:30-7:30pm | Master Class
7:30-8:30pm | Networking Reception
Recommended Reading: https://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2017/17_0017.htm
Optional Reading: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5508141/
When: Wednesday, November 13, 2019 | 6:00pm–8:30pm
Where: University Club of San Francisco, 800 Powell Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
This event is co-hosted by Yale School of Management and the Yale SOM San Francisco Alumni Chapter
The University Club of San Francisco
800 Powell Street, San Francisco, CA 94108, United States
Sheila and Ron ’92 B.A. Marcelo Lecturer in Social Entrepreneurship
Yale School of Management
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.