Please join us for a talk presented by Dahna Goldstein, a leader in the intersection of social entrepreneurship and technology.
The speaker series is FREE and food will be provided.
Join us to learn how to ask the right questions and do the right market research before deciding to start a new company or nonprofit, and hear from someone who’s been there. You may be surprised to hear some reasons why your great idea should not become a new organization, but should lead you to partner and innovate with an existing one instead.
Dahna Goldstein is a Bretton Woods II fellow at New America. She is a social entrepreneur and advisor to social impact organizations. Previously, she was the founder and CEO of PhilanTech, a B Corp created to help nonprofits achieve greater social impact, which was acquired by Altum in 2014.
Prior to starting PhilanTech, Goldstein worked for venture philanthropies, including Ashoka and Blue Ridge Foundation New York, and produced interactive eLearning programs for Global Education Network and Harvard Business School Publishing, including the award-winning “What Is a Leader?” program.
Goldstein teaches technology entrepreneurship at Georgetown University. She was named one of Newsweek’s “13 Women Entrepreneurs to Bet On” and one of BusinessWeek’s “25 Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs.”