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Social Innovation "Heroes"

I'm presently reading "The Blue Sweater" by Jacqueline Novogratz of the Ac**en Fund http://bit.ly/8ZuEVZ. Her story is very compelling and more importantly led her to take on bigger and bigger projects that do indeed have the potential to benefit millions of people. I think she and her organization have much to teach. I've joined the Ac**en Community and they are having great discussions and case studies.

I am also increasingly impressed…

Posted on March 10, 2010 at 7:00pm — 3 Comments

Learning to Innovate

Think and act big: Can this help at least a million people?

I like this concept because I've seen too many seemingly great ideas that work in "control groups", "small settings" or as long as the "grant monies held out", that never lived up to the promise or the need of making life better for millions.

Learning to think to scale combined with sustainability of those solutions can lead to lasting change.

Posted on March 6, 2010 at 8:08pm — 9 Comments

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At 12:14am on March 18, 2010, Rahul Dewanjee said…
At 5:56pm on March 13, 2010, Michele Baron said…
Hi Kristi, your new hero (Caricia Catalani at the Video Voice Collective http://bit.ly/81bKjc) looks very interesting--good work being done. Sometimes vision needs the filter of reality for inspiration. EVOKE well. Michele
At 1:24am on March 7, 2010, Michele Baron said…
Hi Kristi, great--when we get back to beautiful CA, it's a date!! I think helping a million people even with little steps is fantastic--helping a select few with limitations is alright for those reached, but doesn't allow for sustainability in the larger sense. Trying to reach more participants, and enabling them to join, improve, and innovate is laudable. Best to you--Michele

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