On Sunday, February 22, a program entitled Starting & Growing a Social Enterprise: Panel and Showcase will take place at Stanford University. The program is sponsored by the Center for Social Innovation at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and is part of Stanford's Entrepreneurship Week.
The program will consist of two parts. The first part will be a panel presentation in which the following speakers will discuss key success factors in starting and growing a social enterprise:
- Jane Leu - Founder and Executive Director, Upwardly Global
- Chuck Slaughter - Founder and President, LivingGoods
- Morgan Simon – Cofounder and Executive Director, Responsible Endowments Coalition
- Regina Starr Ridley - Publishing Director, Stanford Social Innovation Review (moderator)
Following the panel there will be a fair sponsored by the Stanford Media X Program which will spotlight early-stage social ventures.