Entrepreneurs face unequal challenges even before getting in an investor's door. Data illustrates disparities in the social innovation sector.
Bringing about dramatic and lasting social change requires lifelong leadership and learning lessons along the way.
More than 150 Echoing Green Fellows gathered in Joburg for the 2015 All Fellows Conference to refine and re-energize their leadership. Here's what we learned.
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From the Stanford Social Innovation Review to the Times of India, the 2015 Echoing Green Fellows are recognized as innovators and leaders.
Competition and connection from the final round of judging to the early days of the Fellowship.
We need to improve our ability to identify, develop and connect talented individuals, particularly from across sub-Saharan Africa.
Tahalia Barrett from the U.S. Global Development Lab of USAID reflects on meeting the Fellows their partnership supports.
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.
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.
One clear way to drive change is to invest in leaders who have a direct connection to the communities they serve.
Individually, our ideas and commitment can change lives and communities. But what happens when we go all in together?
From Fast Company to Forbes, Echoing Green Fellows are recognized as innovators and leaders.
Failure can liberate you to reconsider your approach, to innovate, and to carve a new path.