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Doctors and Nurses
Advanced Nurses Lower Costs, Improve Care

By Bill Novelli and Sheila Burke

As our nation prepares to implement the bulk of the provisions of the Affordable Care Act, the issues of access to care and unsustainable cost...

Bill Novelli
Bill Novelli Speech at the Charities at Work Annual Best Practices Summit

Charities at Work Annual Best Practices Summit on Employee Engagement in Corporate Citizenship: “Make it Matter” – April 3, 2013, New York City

Bill Novelli,...

Bill Novelli Speech at the Charities at Work Annual Best Practices Summit

Charities at Work Annual Best Practices Summit on Employee Engagement in Corporate Citizenship: “Make it Matter” – April 3, 2013, New York City

Bill Novelli,...

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Solutions and Speed Networking Centerpiece of Net Impact Career Networking Day

By: Kimberly Lam (MBA’14)

Bethesda Green, Mission Measurement, Bellwether, KIPP, Hilton Worldwide, Ashoka, PSI, CDC Development Solutions/MBA without Borders, Grameen Caldas, OPIC...

Ryan Bunch
Interview with Leaf Green Energy's Ryan Bunch ‘08

 

While the growth potential is high for the clean energy industry, it still faces many challenges, especially with funding and investment, according to Georgetown undergraduate alum,...

Future of Higher Education
The Future of Higher Education and How Will America Pay For It?

Future of Higher Education

On March 19th, GSEI and The Milken Institute’s Center for Financial Markets (CFM) will co-host a roundtable discussion on “The Future of Higher Education and How...

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Dell Social Innovation Challenge: Vote For Our Students

Five teams from Georgetown’s Global Social Enterprise and Development Fellows have made it to the semi-finals of the Dell Social Innovation Challenge. Cast your vote to support one or all of our...

Bingham Canyon
A Stake in the Ground

By: Melanie D.G. Kaplan

When a multinational mining and mineral company realized it had a lot to learn about stakeholder engagement, it turned to Georgetown McDonough....

The Business of Medicine

By Chris Blose

From reforms to rapid advances in technology, big changes are coming for health care. Those who understand how business and medicine intersect will be ready for...

Charles Lilly
Banking on Change

By Bob Woods

Some people hate change, but Charles Lilly (GEMBA ’11) embraces it. “I’ve learned that I’m really comfortable in mayhem,” he readily admits. “If things are very steady...

Ed Martin
Looking at Our Consumers as Friends and Partners

By Ed Martin, Global Social Enterprise Initiative Executive In Residence*

“Big data” is all the rage these days and it certainly is extremely useful for companies to help uncover...

Bank of America CEO Discusses Corporate Responsibility with Global Social Enterprise Student Leaders

By: Kimberly Lam (MBA’14)

About 20 Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI) student leaders had the special opportunity to sit down with Bank of America (BOA) CEO Brian Moynihan...

Bono at Gaston Hall
U2's Bono on the Importance of Social Enterprise - GSEI Internship at ONE Announced

By: Kimberly Lam MBA’14

Through a partnership between the Global Social Enterprise Initiative and its founding partner Bank of America, Georgetown University hosted musician and...

General Clark on Small Businesses Investing Overseas

By Kita McCord

After General Clark’s opening keynote speech during the Global Impact Economy Forum hosted by the US State Department’s Global Partnerships Initiative and Georgetown...

Apps for Change Winners
Apps for Change Pitch Competition

Team FaceIT takes the day!

Changing the world isn’t easy, but sometimes all it takes is an app.

Eleven teams of Georgetown students pitted their ideas to change the...

Responsible Bottom Lines: How Businesses are Saving Lives

Greg Allgood took a swig of water that had been brown just minutes before. Allgood, the director of Children’s Safe Drinking Water at Procter & Gamble, was demonstrating the effectiveness of...

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