Organizations focusing on today’s social innovations range from a handful experienced players (Root Cause, Ashoka, Standford ) to a growing presence of regional nonprofits and/or social enterprises addressing fundamental community problems. With a newly established federal agenda to stimulate and nurture social innovation in this country, how will ReviewSonal Shah, head of the White House Office of Social Innovation create a national agenda sparked by efforts on the ground that can spread across the country and line up with other successful global initiatives such as the United Kingdom’s Office of the Third Sector and Canada’s growing Centers for Social Innovation?
On Wednesday December 9 at 10:30 CST, during the Governor’s Nonprofit Leadership Conference, Business Boomer’s live webcast will feature a distinct panel of leaders to discuss collaborative efforts that stimulate socially innovative activities in order to help answer that question. A recorded version will be made available afterward.
Anne DeHaro, Public Affairs Director and host of Clear Channel Radio, will facilitate a discussion and field questions from an online audience as she interview panelists Andrew Wolk, CEO of Rootcause, Elizabeth Darling, CEO of OneStar Foundation, & our co-conspirator Stacy Caldwell, Executive Director of Dallas Social Venture Partners.
* Texas Social Innovation Initiative announcement & vision
* How social innovation is changing the way nonprofits do business
* Impact investing & performance measurement
* Collaboration at the global, national, state, and local levels
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