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Conversations With Social Entrepreneurs: Anzia Bennett '03, Director of Three Sisters Kitchen
Three Sisters Kitchen is a community food space in the heart of downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico that uses the power and love of local food to create economic opportunity, improve community health, and bring diverse communities together around the table.
Social enterprises are organizations that address a basic unmet need or solve a social or environmental problem through a market-driven approach. They can be nonprofit or for-profit organizations. Social enterprises typically have a “double bottom line” or a “triple bottom line,” with the goal of profitability, but also additional goals such as providing employment opportunities for a specific population, directing profits toward a particular social good, or meeting a social need.
This event is being offered as part of the Meg Hansson Project, a new initiative to share information about social ventures through workshops, presentations, and eventually in selected courses. For additional information, email kmcgruder@antiochcollege.edu

Oct 1, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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