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Sparks of Hope in a Dark Night: How Social Entrepreneurs Can Help Renew the Republic

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  • Christopher Gergen

    (Christopher Gergen is the Founding Executive Director of Bull City Forward and Director of the Entrepreneurial Leadership Initiative within the Hart Leadership Program at Duke University. He is also the Co-Author of Life Entrepreneurs: Ordinary People Creating Extraordinary Lives (Jossey-Bass), and is the current Innovator in Residence with the Center for Creative Leadership.)

  • David Gergen

    (David Gergen is a Professor of Public Service and Director of the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, where he also oversees a program on social innovation. He is a monthly columnist for Parade Magazine, a past White House adviser to four presidents, a board member for several social enterprises, and a senior political analyst for CNN.)

  • Amanda Antico-Majkowski

    (Amanda Antico-Majkowski is a Consultant and Educator in Washington, D.C. For her doctoral work, which focused on the intersection of social entrepreneurship and community economic development, she studied The Idea Village in New Orleans and Rising Tide Capital in Jersey City, New Jersey.)

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    Article provided by MIT Press in its journal Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization.

    Volume (Year): 5 (2010)
    Issue (Month): 3 (July)
    Pages: 45-52

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