Members of the Georgetown University community joined Ashoka and McCourt Global to celebrate the launch of America’s Path Forward: Conversations with Social Innovators on the Power of Communities Everywhere.
The McCourt School of Public Policy, Ashoka, an international organization dedicated to promoting social entrepreneurship, and McCourt Global’s Unfinished initiative, and the Unfinished Network, welcomed more than 100 guests to Georgetown University’s Riggs Library to celebrate the launch of America’s Path Forward: Conversations with Social Innovators on the Power of Communities Everywhere, a collection of interviews with 22 award-winning changemakers and social entrepreneurs with decades of experience working in communities across America.
Following an introduction by GU Politics Director Mo Elleithee, McCourt Global’s Chief Impact Officer Paula Recart joined Konstanze Frischen, a member of Ashoka’s Global Leadership group, for a conversation about driving progress in an impactful way.
Frischen was then joined on stage by three Ashoka Fellows featured in the book, Sixto Cancel, Albert Fox Cahn and Rosanne Haggerty, for a discussion about their experiences redesigning child welfare, tackling homelessness and defending privacy in the digital age.
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