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2011 Social Entrepreneurship Awards

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2011 Social Entrepreneurship Awards

New York City 08:33pm
Thursday November 3
Thursday November 3 2011
PAST EVENT Thursday November 3 2011

Learn more about the Manhattan Institute's Social Entreprenurship Initiative

Introduction: Elizabeth K. Fonseca, J.M. Kaplan Fund, Inc.

Recipients: Maile Broccoli-Hickey, English At Work; Rachel Doyle, Glamour Girls; Barbara Elliott and Sandy Schultz, The WorkFaith Connection; Ann Higdon, Dr. Lee Ponsky, MedWish International; Geoffrey Canada, President and CEO, Harlem's Children Zone

Master of Ceremonies: Howard Husock, Vice President, Manhattan Institute

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Social Entrepreneurship Awards

The William E. Simon Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Social Entrepreneurship recognizes an individual, or individuals, who have identified and established an organization which has, through private means and effort, effectively addressed a significant public problem.

The Richard Cornuelle Award for Social Entrepreneurship honors nonprofit leaders who have found innovative, private solutions to America’s pressing social problems.

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