Exploring the Next Iteration of Social Entrepreneurship

Diana Ayton-Shenker has made it her mission to help organizations optimize their impact through social entrepreneurship.

More and more, organizations looking to have a positive social impact are realizing that philanthropic institutions can learn some lessons from those that are inspired by the profit motive.

In an interview with Knowledge@Wharton, Diana Ayton-Shenker, a social impact strategist, founder and CEO of Global Momenta, and the first Nazarian Social Innovator in Residence at Wharton, explains how she works with people and organizations to optimize their impact through social entrepreneurship.

Knowledge@Wharton 2*[This article was originally published by Fair Observer’s content partner, Knowledge@Wharton.]

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