RECODE WEBINAR: How social innovation is emerging across Canadian campuses
Thursday February 11, 2016 from 12:00-1:00pm EDT
Join us on Thursday February 11 for a webinar discussion with Scaled Purpose co-directors Miles DePaul and Sean Campbell to explore their findings from the recently released Scaled Purpose and Mount Royal University report: Where to Begin: How Social Innovation is Emerging Across Canadian Campuses. The report explores models that universities have adopted, or are exploring, to build a culture of—and ecosystem for—social innovation on campus and within their respective communities.
James Stauch, Director of Mount Royal’s Institute for Community Prosperity will introduce Miles and Sean, who will share how campuses and community incubators can provide engaging and high impact support for students and social entrepreneurs. Based on their research and practitioner interviews, they will provide insights and recommendations on the (1) archetypes of a social innovation campus, (2) benefits and challenges of different incubator service offerings, (3) approaches to language and objectives, (4) revenue models and student financial support, and (5) community integration.
Connect with us at email@example.com if you’d like to participate, and join the webinar via WebEx here (access code: 922 211 808; audio connection: 1-855-749-4750).
Miles has built deep and unique experience in strategic planning, fundraising, social entrepreneurship, and program design as co-founder of Sustainability CoLab (a national network of cities advancing business sustainability) and Director of Development at the School for Social Entrepreneurs Ontario.
He holds a Bachelors of Commerce, Masters of International Public Policy, and Graduate Diploma in Social Innovation with a focus on corporate sustainability, climate change, and social purpose business.
On weekends, you can find Miles producing films, podcasts, and live events as a part of Brothers DePaul, a media production company in Toronto.
Sean has worked as a social entrepreneurship mentor and program leader at the University of Waterloo’s GreenHouse incubator, a program development consultant for the David Suzuki Foundation, and policy research lead at Sustainable Waterloo Region.
Sean holds a Bachelors of Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University and is finalizing a Master of Environmental Studies in Sustainability Management at the University of Waterloo. In 2015, Corporate Knights recognized Sean as a Top 30 Under 30 Sustainability Leader.
You’ll often find Sean flying a hot air balloon or cycling around town.