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Lisa Nitze visits SEA Nashville/Middle Tennessee

SEA Middle Tennessee Chapter Chair Dan Surface organized a terrific three days in Nashville for SEA CEO Lisa Nitze. On March 21st, Lisa gave a... more

SEA Colorado gets help from CU-Boulder Students To Create Colorado Social Enterprise Directory

With help from the SEA Colorado directory committee, a group of business school students at CU-Boulder, and an online "crowdsourcing" campaign, an initial directory of... more

Chicago Host Committee Upcoming Events

Learn more about the Summit and social enterprise in Chicago. The host committee has some exciting events coming up. Scheduled are seven educational/information events that... more

SEA Expands Into Long Island, New York

A new chapter of Social Enterprise Alliance is beginning to take root in Long Island, New York. The founding members consist of social entrepreneurs in... more

SEA Long Island's Social Enterprise Training Program

Madeline Graham, Chapter Services Leader SEA Long Island Chapter recently held the last session in their 6 week Social Enterprise Training Program.  This effort was spearheaded... more

Spotlight on Colorado Chapter!

Edited by Madeline Graham The Colorado Chapter has been active since November of 2011. Tamra  Ryan, Chair, and Rolfe Larson, Secretary, took some time to answer... more

Spotlight on Twin Cities Chapter!

Edited by Madeline Graham, Chapter Services Leader The Twin Cities Chapter has been active since October of 2010. Scott Cole (chapter chair) took some time out... more

Spotlight on Maryland Chapter!

edited by Madeline Graham, Chapter Services Leader The Maryland Chapter has been active since 2008.  Jim Kucher (Chapter Vice-Chair)  took some time out to answer our... more

SEA Colorado Shout-out in Denver Post Article on Social Enterprise

SEA and our Colorado Chapter recently garnered a shout-out in an article in the Denver Post, "Social Enterprises use market forces for good", 8/19/12. Author... more

Spotlight on San Francisco Chapter

Edited by Madeline Graham, Chapter Services Leader The San Francisco Chapter has been active since 2009. Antonio Aguilera (chapter chair) took some time out to answer... more

Spotlight on Tampa Bay Chapter

Edited by Madeline Graham, Chapter Services Leader. The Tampa Bay Chapter has been active for just over two years! Nancy Giles (chapter chair) took some time... more

Spotlight on Nashville Chapter

Edited by Madeline Graham, Chapter Services Leader Don Leyrer (chapter chair) took some time out to answer our questions about the SEA Nashville Chapter.  When did you... more

Spotlight on Chicago Chapter

Edited by Madeline Graham, Chapter Services Leader Marc Lane (chapter chair) took some time out to answer our questions about the SEA Chicago Chapter.  When did you... more

Spotlight on North Texas Chapter

Edited by Madeline Graham, Chapter Services Leader Niki McCuistion (chapter chair) took some time out to answer our questions about the SEA North Texas Chapter. Chapter North Texas When... more

Spotlight on Los Angeles Chapter

Edited by Madeline Graham, Chapter Services Leader Holly Mosher (chapter chair) took some time out to answer our questions about the SEA Los Angeles Chapter. Chapter Los... more

SEA Nashville Chapter: Business for Good Competition

SEA Nashville Chapter’s Business for Good Competition is focused on igniting the next generation of social enterprisers in the city of Nashville.  The finalists will present their social enterprise ideas... more

Nashville Chapter: Sold Out Business for Good Competition

SEA Nashville Chapter hosted their first Business for Good competition on March 14.  The event boasted a sold out, standing room only crowd. Nashville Chapter... more

SEA-Chicago and the Illinois Task Force on Social Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Enterprise: A Strategic Partnership

by Marc Lane, Chicago Chapter Chair When Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed the State’s L3C bill into law late in 2009, the leadership of Social Enterprise... more

Top 5 Successes from the Twin Cities Social Enterprise Marketplace

by Beth Parkhill, Twin Cities Chapter Chair It all started with a challenge from Kevin Lynch: recruit 50 social enterprises for the Summit trade show. Considering... more
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