I have spent the last decade on the cutting edge of the social enterprise movement:
- I have innovated in the trenches of entrepreneurship - I founded a social venture in India (ranked as the #1 most difficult country in which to do business!) that has brought transformative gender and sexuality education to 15,000 classrooms across the country.
- I have built programs that re-design social entrepreneurship - I conceptualized and ran a seed stage incubation program for social entrepreneurs, which had a 75% success rate in ventures' raising seed capital, and formed the basis for all future methodology at the incubator.
- I deeply understand business and market dynamics - I developed 15+ MBA case studies for Kellogg School of Management and Ross School of Business.
- And finally, I have spent time interviewing hundreds of marginalized people in 4 languages, and putting the "human" back into human-centered design.
Through my work, one thing has become abundantly clear: we must re-design every sector in existence, starting with those that matter the most: education, food systems, transportation systems, and more. Here's more on my methodology.