RENEWING ENTREPRENEURSHIP & PHILANTHROPY
MARCH 9, 2015 | 7:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.
If you are an entrepreneur with a desire to create an organization or company strongly rooted in a larger philanthropic purpose, join us for an open discussion amongst peers exploring the new world innovation. We will explore not only how our private faith is lived out in the context of our entrepreneurism, but also how the church can support the efforts of individuals working toward the common good on a large scale.
This event is also your opportunity to share with a pastor what you wish the Church understood about your unique context. Wine and cheese provided.
Kyle Westaway is Founding Partner at Westaway & Co. - an innovative Brooklyn law firm that counsels social entrepreneurs - and a Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School, where he co-teaches a course on social entrepreneurship.
He is author Profit & Purpose and writes on social innovation, entrepreneurship and emerging markets for The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal and Quartz. He launched socentlaw.com - a blog on the legal side of social enterprise, and careerinbeta.com - a blog on the future of work.
Kyle co-founded Biographe – a socially conscious fashion brand employing and empowering survivors of the commercial sex trade in Southeast Asia. He is Chairman of the Board for The Adventure Project and serves as a mentor for Harvard’s I-Lab and Praxis.