Social Enterprise Alliance Summit Live!

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Suzanne Smith, principal of Social Impact Architects, gives an overview of the Social Enterprise Alliance Summit 13 conference, sharing the how-tos of building an economy on purpose, at a mini-workshop hosted by SEA North Texas Chapter in June 2013 at KERA.

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  • SS Wrap up the overview of the building blocks with quotes from the conference. Hand off to Gayle
  • SS … Suzanne facilitates the panel discussion. … Provides opening statement about the six SE building blocks that framed the Summit. (We are combining the Best Talent and Care of Mind, Body, Spirit at one table discussion.)
  • SS … Suzanne introduces Stephanie Tunison, CEO of Wesley Community Services, recently selected as board chair of the local SEA Chapter. ST … Stephanie shares 3-5 minutes of highlights on this topic from the Summit. SS … Suzanne adds any related thoughts, ideas.
  • SS … Suzanne introduces Stephanie Tunison, CEO of Wesley Community Services, recently selected as board chair of the local SEA Chapter. ST … Stephanie shares 3-5 minutes of highlights on this topic from the Summit. SS … Suzanne adds any related thoughts, ideas.
  • SS … Suzanne introduces Randy Allman, Director, Community Care Service Line at Talbert House. Chair of the Chapter Membership Cultivation Committee. RA … Randy shares 3-5 minutes on highlights from Summit on Marketplaces. SS … Suzanne adds any additional ideas. Flywheel has a goal of launching Cincinnati’s marketplace in 2013 with the SEA Chapter as a partner.
  • SS … Suzanne talks for 3-5 minutes about highlights from the Summit on this topic.
  • SS … Suzanne introduces Bill Tucker, Regional Director of Flywheel Social Enterprise Hub. BT … Bill talks for 3-5 minutes on highlights of this topic from the Summit. SS … Suzanne adds any additional ideas.
  • SS … Suzanne introduces Gina Brown, Executive Director of the Mason Food Pantry. GB … Gina talks for 3-5 minutes on this topic from the Summit. SS … Suzanne adds any additional ideas.
  • SS … Suzanne introduces David Dreith, Executive Vice President at Easter Seals TriState. DD … David talks for 3-5 minutes on this topic from the Summit. SS … Suzanne adds any additional ideas.
  • GH … Gayle welcomes Stephanie Tunison back to talk about the Chapter. ST … Here is a map of the SEA chapters around the country. The number of chapters is growing quickly. Not on this map are the Long Island and St. Louis Chapters. The newest two chapters are the Seattle Chapter and our own Greater Cincinnati Regional Chapter.
  • GH … this is a placeholder slide while participants are getting lunch
  • Social Enterprise Alliance Summit Live!

    1. 1. Social Enterprise Alliance Summit LIVE! June 25, 2013
    2. 2. 3
    3. 3. Building Blocks of Social Enterprise • Knowledge, Information & Best Practices • Marketplaces for Social Enterprise • Capital Flow to the Sector • Supportive Public Policy • The Best Talent • The Care of Mind, Body, Spirit 4
    4. 4. Knowledge, Information, & Best Practices • Movement is reaching a higher stage of maturity – moving from good to results • Impact is IN, Innovation is OUT – Pure innovation vs. adaptive innovation – Impact is the new bottom line – Social genius is 20% innovation and 80% impact • Thinking about building social entrepreneurial ecosystems 5
    5. 5. Knowledge, Information, & Best Practices • Building social entrepreneurial ecosystems 6
    6. 6. Marketplaces for Social Enterprise • Buying social enterprise – Linking social enterprises together – Raising awareness among consumers • Encouraging social enterprise purchasing 7
    7. 7. Supportive Public Policy • Past Success – Office of Social Innovation – Social Innovation Fund • Today – Federal • SEEED (Social Enterprise Ecosystem and Economic Development) – State & Local • Illinois Task Force • Proclamations for “Social Enterprise Week” (Week of May 19) were signed by 12 governors and mayors, including Texas 8
    8. 8. Capital Flow to the Sector • Background – Access to capital is an on-going challenge for nonprofits. – Traditional funding sources (banks) set a higher bar for nonprofits. – SBA Loans are not available • Innovative Tools – Impact Investing – Social Impact Bonds/Pay for Success 9
    9. 9. The Best Talent • Candidates – Baby boomers who want to give back – Millennials who want to find meaningful work • Skills-based volunteering is becoming more popular with organizations such as A Billion + Change, Taproot Foundation, and Deloitte. 10
    10. 10. Care for the Mind, Body, and Spirit 11 • Social entrepreneur professionals face challenges in balancing several competing priorities. • Profit AND mission • Innovation AND impact • The role of the transformational leader calls for moving beyond ourselves. • Servant leadership • “Am I part of the solution or part of the problem?” • “Where is the best use of my time/energy?”
    11. 11. 12 Greater Cincinnati Regional Seattle
    12. 12. Questions? 13

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