Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is becoming a hub for entrepreneurship, inspiring innovative solutions to lead the city towards economic and human development.
Category Archives: Student Voices
A Georgetown student gives her perspective on Steve Case’s book talk, on his “The Third Wave.”
We were pleased to host Steve Case, Chairman of the Case Foundation and Revolution, to give his book talk on his “The Third Wave.”
As the On-Demand economy develops, employers must prioritize workers’ rights in addition to consumer benefits.
How can an enterprise’s mission represent both its social and profit endeavors?
Why has my transition to Georgetown renewed my faith in life’s disarray?
This summer I hope to engage with professionals from Mochila Digital and World Vision to understand what it would be like to work for social justice in Latin America.
I thought, “I didn’t know a place like this existed in Colombia.” But I immediately felt wrong for thinking this. Why wouldn’t a town look like this in Colombia?
The advent of impact investing represents what millennials want for their future. Not only because it is a sustainable and financially viable way to solve some of the world’s most pressing social problems, but also because it provides an answer to the current dilemmas of our time.
Managua is characterized by its chaos. Even during our first short commute to work, the nature of the city was evident.