What is Social Entrepreneurship?

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Susan Davis (Former CEO, BRAC USA)

Susan defines social entrepreneurs as people who use their business skills to help solve social problems. She says when businesses not only create jobs but can produce positive benefits for people and the planet we will no longer need social entrepreneurship.


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Susan Davis


Susan Davis is an author, public speaker, consultant and expert in international development and social entrepreneurship. She is an Adjunct Associate Professor at New York University Stern School of Business and senior Advisor and coach to New York University's program on social entrepreneurship and active on many boards and advisory councils. She was the founding president and CEO of BRAC USA, an organization created in 2006 to support BRAC, a position she held until 2016. BRAC runs programs to alleviate poverty using microfinance, education, healthcare, legal services, community empowerment, and other methods

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