Historical Marker for Tennis Great Tilden Rejected Again - U.S. News & World Report - U.S. News & World Report *Historical Marker for Tennis Great Tilden Rejected Again* *U.S. News & World Report* A year ago, a panel of the Pennsylvania His...
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
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The leadoff speaker for the series was Grameen Bank founder Muhammad Yunus, a Nobel Prize winner for his pathbreaking efforts to bring finance to the poorest of the poor.
The 13-event Social Entrepreneurship in America series, directed by The Club's Social Entrepreneur in Residence, Ruth Shapiro, includes social entrepreneur leaders Conchy Bretos (CEO, MIA Consulting Group), Sally Osberg (president & CEO of The Skoll Foundation), ShoreBank Corp. President Mary Houton, Ashoka founder & Chairman Bill Drayton, and many more.
Now, for the first time in its 107-year history, The Commonwealth Club is teaming up with our friends at Fora.tv to offer this series to global audiences in the form of a premium online video package. Subscriptions are available on monthly or complete-series packages, all delivered with great sound and video.
To learn more about the subscription package, and to read about the upcoming lineup of speakers in this series, visit the series page at Fora.tv.