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Falling in love with the problem: Ideas to Serve centers community partners and their local impact on the UNSDGs
On Monday night, seven women leaders from Atlanta described their social enterprises, each accompanied by student teams who participated in this year’s Ideas to Serve Program, organized by the Institute for Leadership and Social Impact.
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Ideas to Serve Invests in Civic Innovators
Georgia Tech is surrounded by social innovators. ILSI is fortunate to be partnering with seven of them as part of the 2022 Ideas to Serve: Civil Bikes, Best Fit, Step Ahead Scholars, TruDiary, Helping Empower Youth! (HEY), Nourish Botanica, and Umi Feeds.
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Impact Lunchtime Talk with GT Alumni, Lara Hodgson
Reflections from our lunchtime talk with Lara O'Connor Hodgson, President and CEO of NOWAccount and co-author of ‘Level Up’.
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Social Innovation That Works
A conversation about social innovation with Dori Pap and Susan Davis.
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Insights from Aluma Robin Manherz
Georgia Tech alumna Robin Manherz, Executive VP and Chief Operating Officer of Customer Success at SAP, sat down with us virtually last month to talk about leadership, work-life integration, DE&I, and the importance of psychological safety in the workplace.
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Social Innovation - Where do I Start?
The term social innovation (SI) has been around for 35 years, and yet we are still defining what it means. In this series of collaborative blogposts brought to you by the Institute for Leadership and Social Impact (ILSI) and Serve-Learn-Sustain (SLS)
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Personal Journeys from Annie Walker (IE’02), GT Grad turned Senior VP
Learn what the world’s largest private employer is doing to champion racial and social justice and societal value creation and what skill sets are in high demand to meet the future of work.
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Make a Plan to Vote
As local elections begin to open, we took the time to hear from three community organizers who are committed to boosting education and involvement in the local voting process, specifically among young voters.
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