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2014 Social Entrepreneurship Awards

Sal Khan Khan Academy
Alice Chapman Ely Chapman Education Foundation
Nick Ehrmann Blue Engine
Beth Schmidt Wishbone
Andrew Yang Venture For America
Wed, Nov 12, 2014 - , , New York, N.Y.

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2014 Social Entrepreneurship Awards

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In 2019, Manhattan Institute renamed the Social Entrepreneurship Awards to the Civil Society Awards. Learn more here.

The 2014 Richard Cornuelle Award for Social Entrepreneurship Recipients:

  • Alice Chapman, Ely Chapman Education Foundation, Marietta, OH;
  • Nick Ehrmann, Blue Engine, New York, NY;
  • Beth Schmidt, Wishbone.org, San Francisco, CA
  • Andrew Yang, Venture For America, New York, NY

The 2014 William E. Simon Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Social Entrepreneurship Recipient:

  • Sal Khan, Khan Academy, Mountain View CA

Master of Ceremonies: Howard Husock, Manhattan Institute

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Civil Society Awards

The Civil Society Awards, formerly known as the Social Entrepreneurship Awards, recognize nonprofit leaders who have identified a significant social challenge in their community and developed an innovative solution through private means and effort. These individuals address America's most pressing needs and problems, while helping to keep our social fabric from fraying.

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