On Wednesday March 20th the Social Enterprise Lecture Series welcomed Angela Ambroz of the Latif Jameel Poverty Lab (JPAL) and Heather Lanthorn of Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) to discuss policy driven by evidence and the use of the scientific method to measure the impact of poverty intervention initiatives.
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Not more than three years out of college, Myles Lutheran already has had a number of exciting opportunities in the Social Enterprise sector, not the least of which includes his current placement in Kenya with a developing social enterprise.
Social impact investing is a rapidly emerging sector within the global investment community in which investors fund innovative enterprises dedicated to creatively solving the world’s most difficult social problems, such as extreme poverty, access to clean water, sanitation, agricultural productivity and literacy. Historically, these initiatives were organized as non-profits or charities and received funding from donations and grants from foundations and government agencies.