The Mulago Foundation invests in charities and philanthropic opportunities that have the highest impact. They seek organizations that are addressing a priority problem, offer a scalable solution and have the capacity to deliver. And here to discuss their work, as well as share his perspectives on issues impacting the social sector, it’s a pleasure to have with us, Kevin Starr, the CEO of the Mulago Foundation.
Street Business School, SBS, trains women to launch microbusinesses, gain confidence, and leave poverty behind. But how do you provide training in the midst of a pandemic? And what can you do to achieve rapid global expansion of this model? To find that out and more, it’s a pleasure to have with us Devin Hibbard, the founder and CEO of the Street Business School.
There’s the old quote — “You are not here to duplicate and replicate. You are here to innovate and initiate.” But does that advice always work? And is it producing the most effective results to address our social problems? My next guest says: perhaps not, and he is here to explain why. He is Dan Berelowitz, the CEO and founder of Spring Impact.
The United States comprises less than 5% of the world’s population, but close to 25% of the world’s prison population. Part of the problem is that there’s a nationwide lack of uniformity in collecting and sharing data in the criminal justice system. It’s a Tower of Babel of sorts, which leads to inefficiency and poor decision-making.
An organization that has made remarkable progress in addressing this seemingly intractable challenge is Recidiviz, and it’s a pleasure to have with us its co-founders, CEO Clementine Jacoby and Head of Product Andrew Warren.
Camelback Ventures works to identify, develop, and promote underrepresented entrepreneurs working in social impact. It provides them with the coaching, capital, and connections they need to be successful. And here to discuss how they do it and the impact they’ve had is Aaron Walker, the founder and CEO of Camelback Ventures.