UVA Clubs: On-Air with Christine Mahoney
The UVA Clubs program and the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy invite you to join Professor Christine Mahoney for a private conference call to discuss solutions through social entrepreneurship. Professor Mahoney, Professor of Public Policy and Politics, and Director of Social Entrepreneurship at UVA, will share her thoughts and will then answer live questions from the audience.
Making Your Money Work For You and the World: Social enterprise, impact investing, and the power of investing for good
At a time when markets are in flux and economies are at a standstill, socially responsible investing is outperforming conventional investments and having positive social and environmental impact at the same time. Professor Mahoney will lead a conversation about impact investing, social business, and how your retirement portfolio can be an engine for positive social impact.
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Important Note: Call-in number and passcode will be emailed to registered participants upon registration. You must have these details to access this private call.
About Christine Mahoney:Christine Mahoney is a Professor of Public Policy and Politics at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy and Director of Social Entrepreneurship at the University of Virginia. She studies social justice advocacy and direct action through social entrepreneurship. Her first book Brussels vs. the Beltway (Georgetown University Press) explored how advocates shape public policy in two of the most powerful political systems on the planet: the US and the EU. She conducted fieldwork in 7 conflict zones in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe and Latin America for her second book Failure and Hope: Fighting for the Rights of the Forcibly Displaced (Cambridge University Press). The book argues we need to advance social entrepreneurship for the 70 million people displaced by violent conflict worldwide. To help foster innovative solutions to social problems she launched and leads Social Entrepreneurship at the University of Virginia - www.seatuva.org. Over the past eight years the SE@UVA Initiative has introduced new courses on social entrepreneurship, a minor, a concept competition, scholarships to work with social enterprises, and a myriad of student activities providing hands-on experience in social innovation. In 2020 SE@UVA was recognized as a global leader in social entrepreneurship education by Ashoka. She has been a Fulbright Fellow, Visiting Scholar at Oxford, a National Science Foundation grant recipient, recipient of the Emerging Scholar award from the American Political Science Association, and recently received UVA's 2020 Award for Excellence in Public Interest Research.
Hear a past episode of On-Air with UVA's Darden School of Business' Bob Bruner here.
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