Dwight Hall at Yale

Center for Public Service and Social Justice

CRAFTING A CULTURE OF ETHICAL OBLIGATION: SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Event time: 
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 - 11:45am
Location: 
Yale School of Management See map
165 Whitney Ave. Room 4200
New Haven, CT
Event description: 
2017 Dwight Hall Curran Distinguished Mentor
 
STEPHEN BLACK, LAW ’97 
FOUNDER, PRESIDENT AND CHAIRMAN OF IMPACT AMERICA
 
Grandson of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Hugo L. Black, Stephen founded the Center for Ethics & Social Responsibility at The University of Alabama, where he has served as Director since 2004. In 2004, Mr. Black founded Impact Alabama: A Student Service Initiative and currently serves as its President and Chairman of the Board. Housed at the UA Center for Ethics & Social Responsibility, Impact Alabama is the state’s first nonprofit organization dedicated to developing and implementing substantive service-learning projects in coordination with colleges and universities throughout Alabama. In October 2014, Impact Alabama became Impact America, which currently operates in Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina and Florida.
 
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED - Please register for the event.
About the Curran Distinguished Mentor Program
Stephen Black is the 2017 Jane & William E. Curran ’49 Distinguished Mentor.  This program of Dwight Hall recognizes leaders who have made remarkable contributions in public service and toward social justice and invites them to serve as mentors to Yale University students by sharing their expertise, experience, and insights.
 
Past Curran Distinguished Mentors include former Mayor of Baltimore and Dean of Howard University School of Law Kurt Schmoke ‘71, former President of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) Frances Beinecke ‘71 FES ‘74, former CEO of Proctor & Gamble and co-chair of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center John E. Pepper, Jr. ‘60, author Kevin Salwen, the Honorable Shirley Sagawa, Founder of College Summit J.B. Schramm ‘86, CEO of Citizens University Eric Liu ‘90, Baroness Catherine Margaret Ashton, and Jerusalem Peacebuilders founders Dorothy Porter ‘86 and Rev. Canon Nicholas ‘86 DIV ‘94.
 
Event Type: 
Education/Speakers
Event Source: 
Dwight Hall Institution
Open To: 
Undergraduates
Graduate Students
Community Members
Alumni
Faculty/Staff