“You don't need a totally different playbook for social impact.”
AROUND TOWN: Above, top row left then clockwise, first-year M.B.A. students saw ELF cars at Organic Transit, visited the Durham Hotel, and explored Fullsteam Brewery, owned by Sean Lilly Wilson M.B.A., M.P.P. ’00, during the Day in Durham foray.
had the power to accelerate the pace of change. Erin Worsham, CASE’s executive director, says that CASE does just that. The center trains hundreds of students each year through classes and extracurricular activities. And CASE’s work doesn’t stop
in the halls of Fuqua. The goal is to make the entire social impact field better. “We think of ourselves as a hub for research, teaching, and practitioner engagement in social impact,” Worsham says. “Over the years we have educated thousands of students and have also worked
with thousands of nonprofits, for-profits, government agencies, funders, impact investors, and researchers to develop and share best practices and tools. We want to empower leaders and organizations to change the world and to do so faster, better, and at greater scale.” DUKE MAGAZINE
Includes Duke Forward campaign insert