WashU innovators and entrepreneurs are doing what they can to help and serve those directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
WashU alum Sara Miller (BSBA ’18) started SODA, an organ donation advocacy group, as a first-year due to her family’s personal experience with the power of organ donation.
St. Louis-based social venture GiftAMeal received the 2019 Innovation Award at the Mayor’s Business Celebration Luncheon on October 11th.
Entrepreneurship can be much more than phone apps and ridesharing companies. It can change the world.
WashU women innovator Markey Culver is The Women’s Bakery’s co-founder and CEO.
Olin Business School alum Markey Culver is changing women’s lives in eastern Africa through her social enterprise, The Women’s Bakery.
Student teams were paired with community partners to work on social innovation in the community.
Sharing With a Purpose (SWAP) is a student-owned and operated WashU business run through the Skandalaris Center’s StEP Program.
The Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation Lab at Washington University in St. Louis, partnering with the Brown School and Skandalaris Center, aims to create a culture of impact-focused entrepreneurship in order to spark new ways of approaching complex social problems. The Lab connects WashU…