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2015 Social Entrepreneurship Awards

Howard Husock Senior Fellow
Norman Atkins Relay Graduate School of Education
Tue, Nov 10, 2015 - , , New York, N.Y.

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2015 Social Entrepreneurship Awards

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2015 Social Entrepreneurship Awards

Howard Husock Senior Fellow
Norman Atkins Relay Graduate School of Education
New York, N.Y. 06:30pm—09:30pm
Tuesday November 10
Tuesday November 10 2015
PAST EVENT Tuesday November 10 2015

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

The recipient of the 2015 William E. Simon Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Social Entrepreneurship:

  • Norman Atkins, Relay Graduate School of Education, New York, NY (Read more)

The winners of the 2015 Richard Cornuelle Award for Social Entrepreneurship:

  • Brandon Chrostowski, EDWINS Leadership & Restaurant Institute, Cleveland, OH (Read more)
  • Max Kenner, Bard Prison Initiative, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY (Read more)
  • Jeffrey Parker, Sarrell Dental Centers, Anniston, AL (Read more)
  • Maria Vertkin, Found in Translation, Cambridge, MA (Read more)
  • Jake Wood, Team Rubicon, El Segundo, CA (Read more)

 

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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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