In 2007, Chris joined Washington University in St. Louis’ Skandalaris Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. There, he helped develop the community-based social entrepreneurship education program.
Panelists include Laurie Hauber, project director for Legal Services of Eastern Missouri’s Community Economic Development Program, and Fred Domke, founder of Bridge Bread, a social entrepreneurship initiative designed to help homeless persons be productively employed and a 2014 winner of the Youthbridge Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation Competition. Q&A. Because of the 9 am start-time, preregistration for this free event is required. Call 314-539-0357 or email me to sign-up.
The fall Start Something! workshop series is generously funded by Ms. Marilyn Bennett in memory of LaFern Soldner.