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2016 Social Entrepreneurship Awards

Chris Anderson Curator of TED
Luma Mufleh Fugees Family
Reid Porter Advocates for Community Transfomation
Howard Husock VP, Research and Publications
Glenys Carl Coming Home Connection
Alfa Demmellash & Alex Forrester Rising Tide Capital
Mon, Oct 24, 2016 - , , New York, N.Y.

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2016 Social Entrepreneurship Awards

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

The recipient of the 2016 William E. Simon Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Social Entrepreneurship:

  • Chris Anderson, Curator of TED, New York, NY

The winners of the 2016 Richard Cornuelle Award for Social Entrepreneurship:

Master of Ceremonies: Howard Husock, Director, Social Entrepreneurship Initiative and Vice President, Research and Publications at the Manhattan Institute

Founded in 2001, MI's Social Entrepreneurship Initiative combines research and events on the role of nonprofit organizations with awards to recognize the best of America's new generation of nonprofit leaders.

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communicatons@manhattan-institute.org
(212) 599-7000

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Debbie Ezzard
(646) 839-3370

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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 effective 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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