If the answer is yes, then we encourage you to join us for the inaugural NVCA Social Entrepreneurship Summit on May 14th from 10 am – 1 pm in San Francisco, CA (in conjunction with NVCA’s VentureScape conference) where we will convene leaders from the social entrepreneurship/impact investing sector and philanthropic-oriented venture capitalists.
The goal of this session is to create a forum where like minded individuals can meet and learn about areas of mutual interest, whether they be education reform, the environment, poverty alleviation, global development, etc. Already confirmed to participate are: The Skoll Foundation, Omidyar Network, Legacy Venture, DRK Foundation, EF of Silicon Valley and Austin, Edna Clark Foundation, Benetech.org, Ashoka, Endeavor.org, DBL Partners, New Schools Venture Fund, Greenlight Fund, Venture Philanthropy Partners, Full Circle Fund, Andreessen Horowitz, among others.
Space is limited for this session so please let us know as soon as possible if you are interested in participating.
Questions and RSVP’s can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also of possible interest is participation in Ashoka’s Future Forum in Washington, DC on May 30th & 31st:
Ashoka, the global network of leading social entrepreneurs, is looking for VC leaders to participate and contribute in their signature event, the Ashoka Future Forum, held at the Newseum in Washington, DC on May 30th & 31st where over 350 leading social and business entrepreneurs, philanthropists and stellar agents of change, will come together for a couple days to think BIG and work together to create a better future. Many of the best social entrepreneurs in the US will be part of the event and they are hungry for feedback, partnership, mentorship or mindshare from the VC community. Ashoka is open to working with venture capitalists on how to create a platform for collaboration. If you’re interested in learning more, write to Kila Englebrook at email@example.com.