The Turner Family Center for Social Ventures is a student-led organization committed to alleviating poverty through market-driven forces and enterprise. We provide resources and opportunities to leverage and combine the individual strengths of Vanderbilt University graduate students, faculty, and business partners.

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WE’RE BETTER TOGETHER.

The Turner Family Center for Social Ventures builds on the success of the Owen Graduate School of Management’s Project Pyramid, but is a platform for ALL Vanderbilt graduate students to access business-related skills to further social impact through their own concentrations.

643 STUDENT PARTICIPANTS

47 PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS

17 COMMUNITIES AFFECTED

It wasn’t until recently that I realized I didn’t have to decide between social benefit and profitable scale, but could merge the two in the form of a social venture.”

Sarajane McMahon, JD/MBA '16

ACTION IS AT OUR CORE.

Hear from students, faculty, staff, and partner organizations about their personal experiences with the TFC, and how they are actively utilizing enterprise to alleviate poverty.

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