In fine fashion, Ashoka Twin Cities will continue its efforts to share its best with Minnesota and highlight yet another set of their leading changemakers at the November 16 Solutions Forum. If you weren't able to attend the last forums or find the projects described below particularly compelling, read on for more details about the event and registration. To get a better sense of how the Twin Cities is already a hub for for social solutions, learn more about Minnesota's own Fellows on the Ashoka Twin Cities website
Ashoka, the world's largest association of leading social entrepreneurs, invites you to join us for our third Ashoka Solutions Forum.
Join other local changemakers to hear from Ashoka Fellows Molly Barker and Thorkil Sonne:
Ashoka Fellow Molly Barker is building a new women's liberation movement that breaks the cultural stereotypes and barriers preventing girls and young women from living healthy, authentic lives.
Ashoka Fellow Thorkil Sonne changes the way society perceives autism by transforming it from a handicap to a competitive advantage.
The Ashoka Solutions Forum series is designed to highlight the stories of proven social innovators with a goal of inspiring local changemakers and growing the local changemaker community.
What: An on-stage interview with two Ashoka Fellows who are working to change systems.
Date: November 16, 2011
Time: 7:30pm-8:30pm followed by changemaker community reception. Doors open at 7:00.
Place: Minneapolis Central Library - Pohlad Auditorium
Space is limited and filling fast, so register today! We're looking forward to seeing you there.
Ashoka is the global association of the world's leading social entrepreneurs-men and women with system-changing solutions for the world's most urgent social problems. Ashoka sources the best social innovations, mobilizes hundreds of thousands of people to create change and enables businesses, the media, policy makers and "changemakers" to work together to create global impact. Drawing from our global platform, Ashoka Twin Cities focuses on supporting social innovation and developing the skills of changemaking at a local level.
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