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Kathryn Gardner, L’20, WG’20 reflects on her WISE Fellowship with the Social Impact Accelerator, where she analyzed an innovative business model that helps a local staffing company tackle homelessness.
How a Staffing Company Can Tackle Pressing Social Issues
“It’s not all about making a fast buck. It’s about building a foundation, it’s about building infrastructure, and it’s about bringing people into the industry that wouldn’t necessarily have a chance to be part of it.”
Cannabusiness: How Marijuana Industry Pioneers Are Paving the Way Forward
Diversity experts from Deloitte, the NBA, and Jones Day joined Prof. Stephanie Creary to discuss how innovative organizations are evolving in response to movements like #MeToo and #TakeAKnee.
How Business Leaders Build Inclusive Workplaces in an Era of Discord
Christian Butts, W’18, explains how he balanced his interests inside and outside the classroom with a variety of work experiences and research opportunities at Penn.
Do What You Enjoy: Recent Wharton Graduate Shares What Kept Him Grounded
The Wharton Neuroscience Initiative explores the ethical, legal, and societal implications for neuroscience and business at its second annual WiN summit.
Configuring a ‘Road Map’ for Neuroscience and Business
Ryan Galea, a first-year student in the three-year Carey JD/MBA program, reflects on how a semester in the Wharton Social Impact fellowship helped him gain a greater understanding of impact investing, and his own career.
Applying a Legal Lens to Impact Investing
“If you’re a parent considering this program, remember that you are already an expert at balancing work and home. You know how to prioritize. Once school is added onto your plate, you figure it out.”
New Single Mother of Four on Balancing Work, Family, and School