Author Lacie Blankenship of Vanderbilt's Owen Graduate School of Management interviews Social Enterprise Pitch Competition winners and TFC staff.
Article written by Lacie Blankenship of Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management. Original article can be accessed here. Full text of the article can be found below. Students create and pitch original business models with a goal of generating 500 jobs in the Middle Tennessee region. By Lacie Blankenship Planned and executed by the
Host of cityCurrent Radio Show, Jeremy C. Park, recently chatted with our very own Mario Avila, Director of the TFC. Check out this video of Mario highlighting the TFC, our programming, and our student leaders. The cityCurrent Radio Show airs across all five Cumulus Media Nashville radio stations each Sunday from 5-6 AM on 104.5 The Zone, 95.5 NASH
Four Vanderbilt law students will compete on Vanderbilt University teams in a global competition for social entrepreneurs sponsored by the Hult Prize Foundation. Nat Robinson ’18 (MBA ’07) and Yalda Godusi ’18 will travel to Dubai with their team, which also includes Owen Graduate School of Management students Kayla Armgardt ’18 and Tori Samples ’18,
Ten government, business, and nonprofit leaders from Middle Tennessee have been chosen for a Harvard Business School program convening leaders from nine American cities who are working across sectors to make their communities prosper. The program is locally coordinated by Global Action Platform, an international university-business alliance for scalable, sustainable solutions for abundant food, health,