Social Entrepreneurs Speak: Essays, Articles, and Interviews on Social Entrepreneurship

What is social entrepreneurship and what can we learn from it? In this collection of interviews, profiles, and articles, compiled from Rachel Signer's work as a reporter and essayist for the website Dowser.org, we have a wealth of case studies. Signer's writings lend voice to the social entrepreneurs and innovators who are attempting to mitigate the world’s “wicked problems.” More

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About Rachel Signer

Rachel Signer is a Brooklyn-based writer, focused primarily on nonfiction. Her reportage, essays, and memoir have appeared in the n+1 "Occupy!" gazettes and in magazines like Killing the Buddha and Guernica, and she has reported on Occupy Wall Street for The Nation.

Rachel holds a M.A. in social anthropology from The New School for Social Research and a B.A. in the same subject from The University of Virginia. Currently, she is working on a memoir about doing cultural anthropology research in seven different countries.

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