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Careers in Social Entrepreneurship
Social Entrepreneurship as a concept gained traction in the 1980’s and has only expanded since then. Definitions abound, but essentially, a social entrepreneur’s main goal is to offer solutions for a social problem or to create social impact. They do this through a variety of methods – business, nonprofit, and hybrid approaches. Union Theological Seminary has both accomplished alumni/ae and outstanding students who are social entrepreneurs. Five of them from across the country will share their wisdom and experiences via Zoom. Audience members will be able to submit questions ahead of time and during the webinar. Join us for an opportunity to learn about this career path!

PANELISTS:

Neonu Jewell, JD, MBA, MDiv (2021)
Founder & CEO of Christmas Jewell Consulting (personal & organizational transformation)
Founder of Niyah Center (an interfaith & empowerment community)

Shamika (Goddard) Klassen, MDiv 2017
Founder of the Tech Chaplaincy Institute (providing tech knowledge to mission-driven organizations)

Kirsten Lodal, MDiv Student (2023)
Founder, Senior Advisor, and CEO Emerita of LIFT, national domestic anti-poverty organization

Cassius Rudolph, MA 2018
Executive Director of People's Consortium for Human & Civil Rights (liberation advocacy through nonviolent action) and Founder of the Cassius L. Rudolph Scholarship Fund Member of Union Alumni/ae Council

Nehemoyia Young, MA 2019
Founder, SpiritList (community of healers & seekers investing in natural medicine as sustainable practice)

Apr 14, 2021 04:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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