WEBINAR: Public Gain and Private Profit - Earned Value in Social Enterprise
The Rosenberg Dialogue Series presents: Public Gain and Private Profit - Earned Value in Social Enterprise.
About the Discussion:
Public-private partnerships have a new player at the table. Social entrepreneurs are building new value propositions that use private investment to produce sustainable social change organizations while delivering direct cost reductions to governmental support for social services. By directly quantifying the economic value that is earned through positive social change, these social enterprises are bringing new life and much-needed balance to an oft-criticized strategy for improving the human condition.
Our keynote speaker provides the context on public and private financing for social entrepreneurs and organizations committed to social change. Our panel of experts contribute a brief case study followed by and perspectives born of their experiences in the public and private sector funding. These comments will be followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience.
Roger Hartley, dean, College of Public Affairs
Jim Kucher, D.P.A., ’14, associate professor of social innovation, Graduate School of the University of Maryland, Baltimore
Amma Felix, president and CEO, Collegiate Directions, Inc.
Darius Graham, program director, The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation
Will Anderson, managing director and co-founder, Impact Principals
Alan Lyles, Henry A. Rosenberg Professor of Government, Business and Nonprofit Partnerships
The Henry A. Rosenberg Dialogue Series is made possible by the generous support of the Henry and Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Foundation and the University of Baltimore Foundation. It aims to explore opportunities for the private sector to work in partnership with the public and nonprofit (nongovernmental organizations) sectors to create a vibrant and economically strong society. Learn more at ubalt.edu/rosenbergdialogues.
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