Social Entrepreneurship and Shifting Frameworks - Teresa Chahine from Yale School of Management (#4)
Teresa Chahine is the first Sheila and Ron Marcelo '92 B.A. Marcelo Social Entrepreneurship Lecturer. She wrote "Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship," a twelve step methodology for creating impactful ventures in new and existing organizations.
Solving the Plastic Waste Issue - Mark Minneboo from Plastic Oceans (#3)
Mark is in charge of development, network building, foreign relations, and education programs geared toward the Latin American market. He advocates for Chile's transition to a circular economy in many workgroups.
Helping Kids and Making a Lasting Change - Kenton Lee from The Shoe That Grows (#2)
In 2007, Kenton Lee traveled to Nairobi, Kenya after graduating college. His extraordinary experience led to an idea to make a shoe that grows.
Recycling and Composting the Smart Way - Nick Lapis from Californians Against Waste (#1)
Nick Lapis has been with Californians Against Waste since 2007 and works as its Director of Advocacy. CAW has proved to be the nation's oldest, largest and most effective non-profit environmental organization.