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May 23, 2012 - TC in DC

May 23, 2012 - TC in DC "Making a Difference:  The Nuts and Bolts of Social Entrepreneurship"

The regional group of Teachers College, Columbia University alumni in Washington, DC invites you to join us for a panel called "Making a Difference:  The Nuts and Bolts of Social Entrepreneurship."  The purpose of this panel is to highlight the exciting entrepreneurial work of TC and Columbia grads who are social entrepreneurs, i.e., people who recognize a social problem and use entrepreneurial principles to achieve social change.  We have already lined up two fantastic social entrepreneurs to speak on the panel:  Dr. Ruth Lubic, Founder of the DC Birth Center, who has been featured on CBS News and is the winner of a MacArthur genius grant, and Deborah Dantzler Williams, Director of the Inspired Teaching School, a groundbreaking new charter school in Washington, DC.  The event will be moderated by Dr. Suzanne Embree.


Hosted by: TC in DC (DC Regional Group) and Office of Alumni Relations
Fee: $20 per person
Location: City Club of Washington DC

Please note: Refunds will be issued through Monday, May 21 at midnight. There will be no refunds issued after that time.



Pre-registration is closed; however, walk-in registrations are welcome. Join us!  



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