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After a rigorous six-month evaluation process, Echoing Green is thrilled to unleash thirty-six visionaries with ideas so bold, and convictions so strong, they could shake the world. Read more.
Echoing Green Fellow Kennedy Odede delivered Wesleyan’s senior commencement address with a riveting seven minute speech that ended with all 713 graduates repeating after him to “Promise to champion hope throughout the world.”Read more.
Echoing Green partners with researchers Julie Battilana and Matthew Lee from Harvard Business School on the first large-scale, quantitative study of emerging social entrepreneurs. Today, Stanford Social Innovation Review released an article on the rise and challenges of hybrid social enterprises that combine aspects of nonprofits and for-profits.
Whether we like it or not, Africa is a land where white people can make a difference in the lives of the natives. So should we? Read more.
In anticipation of Earth Day, we’re celebrating the Echoing Green Fellows solving the world’s biggest environmental problems. Read more.
Echoing Green President Cheryl L. Dorsey reflects on her Clinton Global Initiative University panel presentation about turning moments of failure into opportunities. Read more.
What are the gaps that the social enterprise movement will need to bridge? What are the catalysts that can channel the energy in a most constructive, consistent and impactful way?
Building community. That is one of the big take-aways from this year’s New Fellows Retreat.
Echoing Green is proud to announce the 2011 class of Echoing Green Fellows.