Boomervision! Social Entrepreneurship Panel

Posted by on April 20, 2009

Boomervision! sets panel on social entrepreneurship

After career-building and professional growth, many people begin to look beyond the bottom line for ways to enrich our lives and leave a legacy. Social entrepreneurship harnesses business acumen for profit and for good ? the perfect way to pursue one’s personal agenda while achieving social goals.

Boomervision!, sponsored by Coming of Age, WHYY and AARP of Pennsylvania, is offering a panel discussion for those who are taking stock, looking ahead, or starting anew, featuring experts who went into business to make it, and who made a difference.

The Boomervision! Social Entrepreneurship Panel will be held on Monday, May 4th, beginning at 6:30pm at the WHYY Technology Center, 150 North Sixth Street in Philadelphia.

Moderated by Richard J. Anthony, Sr., founder of the Entrepreneurs Network and Managing Partner of The Solutions Network, the panel will include Richard Caruso, Ernst & Young’s 2006 Entrepreneur of the Year; Donna Allie, President and Founder, Team Clean; Sister Mary Scullion, Executive Director, Project H.O.M.E.; and Don Hinkle-Brown, President, Lending and Community Investments; The Reinvestment Fund.

The event is free to WHYY and AARP members and $15 for others.  Registration is required.  Register here for this event.

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