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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The $1 Million Hult Prize Challenge 2018 Kicks off at Vanderbilt

Original Story: Nathaniel Luce, Vanderbilt Business Link: https://business.vanderbilt.edu/news/2017/11/15/1-million-hult-prize-challenge-2018-kicks-off-vanderbilt/ Vanderbilt Business and Turner Family Center host first-round pitch competition; Team SoLLago advances to regional finals How do you harness the power of energy to transform the lives of 10 million people? That’s the challenge put to teams vying for $1 million in the Hult Prize competition, a global

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Nat Robinson ’18 (MBA’07)

Original Story: Vanderbilt Law School Link: https://law.vanderbilt.edu/news/nat-robinson-18-mba07/ Nat Robinson’s sense of humor is reflected on the front of his 2016 book, Creating a Cash Cow in Kenya, in which he relates his seven-year experience of starting and running a micro lending company in Nairobi. The cover features a Kenyan man transporting a cow on a motorbike. Robinson

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Climbing the Social (Impact) Ladder: Summer Fellows Use Internships to Switch Career Paths

Original story: Owen Graduate School of Management Link: https://business.vanderbilt.edu/news/2017/08/29/climbing-social-impact-ladder-summer-fellows-use-internships-switch-career-paths/ Kayla Armgardt and Mike Woodnorth (MBA’18) use their Turner Family Center summer fellowships to support an art collective and break into social impact investing Most MBA summer interns don’t work out of a converted bowling alley that looks like a psychedelic art installation met a futuristic

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