cityCURRENT Radio Show Interview with Mario Avila from the Turner Family Center for Social Ventures

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

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TFC Summer Reading List 2020

We have compiled a reading list for Summer 2020 and beyond that includes categories on social impact, racism, and leadership. We feel that many of these books are important and necessary for the times we live in, and can create long-needed dialogues among communities that strive for equality and improvement. Additionally, we have included books

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TFC Summer Reading List

Summer Reading time is here, and we want to share some of the books that have sparked our critical thinking and given us the opportunity to grow in our knowledge! The list was curated from our diverse network of students, faculty, and staff here at Vanderbilt. We will highlight books and articles about leadership, social

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TFC Summit Brings Together 12 Social Impact Speakers and More Than 100 Students

Original Story: Kara Sherrer, Vanderbilt Business Link: https://business.vanderbilt.edu/news/2018/02/06/tfc-summit-brings-together-12-social-impact-speakers-100-students The third annual summit is largest yet for Turner Family Center for Social Ventures On January 27, more than 100 students from Nashville gathered in the Vanderbilt Law School to hear from a dozen social impact speakers. Hosted by the Turner Family Center for Social Ventures (TFC), the third annual

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Social Enterprise at Vanderbilt Business

Original Story: Nathaniel Luce, Vanderbilt Business Link: https://business.vanderbilt.edu/news/2018/01/04/social-enterprise-vanderbilt-business/ Second-year MBAs Kayla Armgardt and Tori Samples, as well as MBA’07 Nat Robinson (Law’18) discuss social enterprise, their ventures, and more In recent years, social enterprise has assumed a greater role in the lives of many students at Owen and across Vanderbilt’s graduate programs, due in large part

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