Go Big or Go Home: Non-Profits Moving Beyond Managing Symptoms to Curing Systemic Problems
Sponsored by the NYU Reynolds Program in Social Entrepreneurship

Date: Thursday, April 3, 2014
Time: 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Location: Rosenthal Pavilion, Kimmel Center
                    60 Washington Sq S., 10th Fl., NYC

DARELL HAMMOND
Founder & CEO, KaBOOM!

BILLY SHORE
Founder & CEO, Share Our Strength

AMY CELEP
President & CEO, Community Wealth Partners

When is good not good enough? Three socially entrepreneurial non-profit CEO’s, Darell Hammond of KaBOOM!, Billy Shore of Share our Strength and Amy Celep of Community Wealth Partners share their hard-won lessons from the field on realizing sustainable, scalable social change. Their recent Stanford Social Innovation Review article When Good Is Not Good Enough, argues that the non-profit sector needs to shift its attention from short-term success over symptoms to bold and audacious goals that offer long-term solutions to the root causes of intractable social problems. Join Darell, Billy and Amy for an engaging discussion on how KaBOOM! and Share our Strength have pivoted their orientation from reactive organizations to ones focused on saving play for America’s children and eliminating child hunger.

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