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A First-of-its-kind Original Content Series

The Sorenson Impact Center is thrilled to announce the original content series partnership with Forbes called “The Impact Revolution.” The series will feature both videos and articles on the topic of social impact, including short films on pioneers in the field, innovative social enterprises and motion graphics that explain social impact concepts. Through this partnership, the Sorenson Impact Center aims to produce high-level content designed to spark interest in the emerging social impact sector at large.

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Third Feature

From Refugee To Venture Capitalist To Social Impact Pioneer

Released August 6, 2018

Sir Ronald Cohen, who fled Egypt as a child in the 1950s, had an illustrious career pioneering venture capital in the U.K. Nowadays, he's focused on "more important things," including leading the social impact movement.

Read the article on Forbes.

For related content from across the David Eccles School of Business and University of Utah, visit this page.


Second Feature

The Social Impact Revolution Is Here

Released June 25, 2018

There is a quiet revolution afoot. It may not be as loud as the technology revolution—but some experts predict it will be just as transformative. Its reverberations are being felt across executive boardrooms, foundation offices, statehouses, and start-ups. And it’s fundamentally shifting the way investments are made, policies are penned, funds are endowed, and careers are chosen. This movement, which has been dubbed the Impact Revolution, advances a vision of doing well while doing measurable good.

Read the article on Forbes.

For related content from across the David Eccles School of Business and University of Utah, visit this page.


First Feature

Liberty & Justice: A Social Enterprise Impact Story

Released May 29, 2018

Inspired by the Women's Peace Movement that ended Liberia's ravaging civil war, social entrepreneur Chid Liberty — who was born in Liberia and raised in Germany and the U.S. — returned in 2010 to start the first fair trade apparel manufacturing company in Africa: Liberty & Justice.

Read the article on Forbes.

For related content from across the David Eccles School of Business and University of Utah, visit this page.