February 16, 2011: Social Enterprise and How It Can Work For the Nonprofit Sector

Co-sponsored by the Wilson Center and Hitachi America, Ltd.,  this free, full-morning education program examines nonprofit organizations facing increasing demands and decreasing funding.  This year’s program is entitled “Social Enterprise and How It Can Work for the Nonprofit Sector.”  The program will explore the intersection of business and traditional nonprofits as well as the appearance of nonprofit hybrids.

Our distinguished panelists include:

  Pam Allyn, Founder of LitLif and LitWorld

  Daniel Bena, Director of Sustainable Development, PepsiCo

  Nancy Biberman, Founder and President, Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation

  Rohan Mathew, Co-founder and Executive Director, The Intersect Fund

  Jessamyn Waldman, Founder, Hot Bread Kitchen

 

 

Helene & Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship
212-346-1028
163 William St, 21st Floor
New York, NY 10038
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