The Next Generation of Social Enterprise

Please join us at the The Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab at the USC Marshall School of Business for a dynamic evening showcasing the work of students from The Master of Science in Social Entrepreneurship (MSSE).




Impact Spectrum (presented by Suzana Amoes, Rebecca Friendly, Kristen Green, and Megan Strawther): A social enterprise based in Angola, Africa that transforms trash into eco-friendly polyester fiber.

Health Wrangler (presented by Emily Mischel and Benjamin Rostoker): An app that addresses health illiteracy by providing patients an accessible symptom tracker and providing physicians an actionable health summary.

Kinetico (presented by Mina Motamedi and Akshi Singh): Kinetic powered battery charger that can be used to charge electronic devices for communities that have been displaced.


The MSSE is the first of its kind at a U.S. business school and is among the very few graduate degrees available worldwide that directly addresses social entrepreneurship.

Learn more at the Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab, offering a solid business foundation to create lasting social change.




By Car: The closest parking structure is Parking Structure One, located at the corner of Figueroa and Exposition. From there, attendees can walk onto campus and enter through Entrance 2 (off Exposition)

By Metro: The USC campus is served by the Metro Expo line. Event attendees can utilize the Expo Park/USC station.

Consider carpooling:  Here's an app to get started:

January 25, 2016 at 6pm - 8pm
The Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab of the USC Marshall School of Business
635 Downey Way
Verna & Peter Dauterive Hall (VPD), LL101 (lower level)
Los Angeles, CA 90089
United States
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Pamela Jacobson

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