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GSEI Hosts Panel About Modeling Successful CSR Strategies

A growing number of companies are realizing their philanthropic goals by scaling their business operations; enabling them to implement global solutions that address some of the toughest social, economic, health, and environmental issues. Read more.

GSEI Hosts Bank of America Student Leaders

For the past decade, Bank of America has devoted a portion of its resources to cultivating and developing the next generation of community leaders through its Student Leaders® Program. Read more.

Can Technology Keep Pace with an Aging America?

Bill Novelli, founder of the Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI) at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and former CEO of AARP, talked with Politico executive director Stephanie Losee about the challenges of and potential solutions for our rapidly aging population. Read more.

Philips, in Collaboration with Global Social Enterprise Initiative, Announces Unique New AgingWell Hub

Today during the White House Conference on Aging, Philips announced the creation of the AgingWell Hub (AWH), a unique new research center for open innovation that will examine and share solutions for aging well. Read more.

Government Should Promote Wellness, Not Impede It

We all know that obesity and related chronic health conditions have a significant impact on our health care system, economy, and even national security. Read more.

Pope Francis calls on business and on humanity to take bolder steps to preserve our planet and “Care for our Common Home” in his recent encyclicalRead more.

Social Marketing in a Changing World – A Celebration of Alan Andreasen

After more than two decades as a marketing professor at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, Alan Andreasen retired in June 2015. Read more.

Sustainable Oceans Summit Promises to Harness Millennial Energy

Legendary explorer and Mission Blue Founder Sylvia Earle, National Geographic CEO Gary Knell, and Undersecretary of State Cathy Novelli called on millennials to activate and help restore marine health. Read more.

Investment That Can End Poverty

Some business schools and MBA students see impact investing as a way to make a difference, as well as turn a profit. Read more.

  • On Human Flourishing – an interview with Bill Novelli