KU social entrepreneurship panel streamed at 10:30 a.m. today

This morning, Silicon Prairie News CEO Regan Carrizales will moderate a panel on social entrepreneurship at the University of Kansas School of Business beginning at 10:30 a.m, which will be live streamed on the School’s site. The panel will consist of Jeremy Farmer, Lawrence city commissioner and chief executive of Douglas County food bank Just Food;…

This morning, Silicon Prairie News CEO Regan Carrizales will moderate a panel on social entrepreneurship at the University of Kansas School of Business beginning at 10:30 a.m, which will be live streamed on the School’s site. The panel will consist of Jeremy Farmer, Lawrence city commissioner and chief executive of Douglas County food bank Just Food; Wyandotte County Commissioner Ann Brandau-Murguia; myEDmatch co-founder and KU alumnus Munro Richardson; Andrew Stanley, KU alumnus and founder of VolunteerMark; and John Gordon Jr., executive director of Kansas City nonprofit Boys Grow. The event is part of the school’s daylong celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week, which also will include a visit from U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran. — Source: University of Kansas

 


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