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An Executive and a Student Walk into a Subway Car: Creating a Self-Sustaining Jordan Through Unlikely Teamwork
Today, April 2, is World Autism Day.
Change Nation, a three-day event, convened 50 of the world’s top social entrepreneurs in Dublin last weekend — includin
On the Up, a collection of short stories about extraordinary changemakers, is the product of a journey of a lifetime. Ashoka entrepreneur-in-residence Rob Wilson and his wife Nikki traveled from Cape Town to Cairo in 2011, visiting 11 countries with one key mission: to find and capture the stories of exceptional social entrepreneurs who are transforming Africa.
Many people fear the seven-letter word: failure. But social entrepreneurs, along their journey to success, mustlearn to embrace failure if they want to succeed. As Beverly Schwartz, author of Rippling: How Social Entrepreneurs Spread Innovation, puts it, “Every [Ashoka] Fellow’s story begins with failure.”
After spending nearly three years boosting social entrepreneurship in the Americas, Ashoka’s Lorena García Duran is setting her sights on South Flo
Two of the world’s most urgent tasks—protecting the environment and creating jobs—both have enormously broad public
We think of the social entrepreneur as a solitary figure, face into the wind, pursuing a unique vision of change. As a result, social entrepreneurship organizations have traditionally focused on providing entrepreneurs with individualized support. But what if entrepreneurship could be reimagined as collaborative?