Social Enterprise Connector

November 19, 2020

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm ET

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Join Be Social Change on Thursday, November 19th for the online Social Enterprise Connector, a virtual facilitated networking event focused on connecting social enterprises, amplifying the business for good movement, and to create new collaborations and grow each other’s networks.

The event will include interactive networking, highlights of socially-conscious businesses and most importantly: a zoom room packed with inspiring, like-minded people from B Corps, socially-conscious businesses, and people looking to learn more about amazing organizations using business as a force for good.

The Social Enterprise Connector is part of the on-going Connector Series, fiscally sponsored by Prime Produce LTD.

November 19th | 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm


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Connector Schedule

November 19th, 2020

5:55 pm

Join us online!

6:00 pm

Hear from experts in the business for good movement and chat with social enterprise leaders

6:35 pm

First round of facilitated networking

6:50 pm

Large group share

6:55 pm

Second round of facilitated networking

7:15 pm

Large group share

7:25 pm

Next steps

7:30 pm

Event concludes

Social Enterprise Speaker

Social Enterprise Connector Speaker
Social Impact Summer Connector Partner

Pooja Dindigal

Senior Associate, Business Development, B Lab

Pooja is a seasoned social impact & sustainability professional that works to grow the Certified B Corp community across the United States and Canada. Pooja has been with B Lab for 5 years working in various positions to support transforming the global economy to benefit all people, communities, and the planet.

Pooja has a degree in Political Science, Economics & International Development. She is a Philadelphia native, is Philadelphia based, and serves on the city’s Millennial Advisory Committee.

Event Supporters

The Tomiak Foundation is a private foundation creating a more ethical society by permanently improving the treatment and living conditions of vulnerable people and populations. They fund programs and projects run by reputable 501c3 non-profit organizations. Focus areas have included ethical treatment for orphans, elderly people, veterans, and disadvantaged minority homeowners.

Bard Graduate Programs in Sustainability Logo

Bard’s Graduate Programs in Sustainability cultivate leaders who break through existing systems, innovating solutions to critical social, environmental, and economic challenges. Bard GPS students pursue cutting-edge master’s degrees in policy, business, or education, that embed extended field-based practical training and individualized career support. Their alumni are changing the rules through environmental policy, changing the game through sustainable business, and changing minds through environmental education.

Community Partners

Previous Community Partners

The online event will be recorded. 

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