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Encountering the Malawians and their situation changed Medic Mobile founder Josh Nesbit's life, and he's been determined to return the favor, by changing theirs.
Those of us called to purpose-driven work must protect ourselves from the threats of over-work, under-pay, and, ultimately, burn-out.
Meet who's next in social entrepreneurship: With fifty-five Fellows leading forty-two organizations, meet our largest class of Fellows in its twenty-seven year history.
Becca Heller is reforming the Special Immigrant Visa process for interpreters who risked their lives for American troops during the Iraq war.
When an American Red Cross staffer blew the whistle on reneged promises to help survivors of Hurricane Sandy, Ben Smilowitz took action.
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Take a role in the social impact movement by applying your talent to a job that is right for you, and good for the world.
We need to improve our ability to identify, develop and connect talented individuals, particularly from across sub-Saharan Africa.
While global funding structures tend to be siloed – focused on specific issues or target countries – we know that social entrepreneurs are best-in-class at breaking down silos.
Individually, our ideas and commitment can change lives and communities. But what happens when we go all in together?