Attendees of this workshop will learn more about how their potential or existing business can change the community in which they live and how their business can do well while doing good (growing your business and your society).
Panel participants will discuss opportunities, challenges, and resources involved in social entrepreneurship.
The workshop will feature social enterprises and non-profits with the potential to incorporate a University-wide focus on social justice, civic engagement, and entrepreneurship
Funding streams for social enterprises will be highlighted and discussed, while best practices and examples of successful social enterprise programs will be examined.
Chyna Mae & Renee Taylor, Operation ARTS Foundation
Maribel Rodriquez, Love4Immigrants
Adam Holofcener, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
Madison Marks, Social Innovation Lab JHU
Vincent Green, Taharka Brothers