Learn More From An Expert
Candace Klein is the founder and CEO of two
successful startup companies: Bad Girl Ventures
and SoMoLend. SoMoLend is a new technology
platform that connects business borrowers
seeking loans with lenders looking to make a
return on investment.
Candace has six years of lobbying experience with
the Northern Kentucky Chamber and United
Way and six years of legal experience. Candace
continues to practice as an attorney with Ulmer
& Berne LLP with a focus on corporate matters, business advocacy, and
government relations for startup companies and small business clients.
Candace is a 2008 graduate of Salmon P. Chase College of Law
where she earned her J.D. She also received four bachelor degrees
from Northern Kentucky University (Marketing, Management,
Communication, and Political Science).
The 2013 Summit will focus on the impact of Social Innovation in our society and how solutions can be created to influence sustainable change.
Thanks to those who participated in the Community Impact Summit. We're pleased to offer you video of the presentations and photos of the event. Please visit the left navigation bar for links. To continue the conversation on Social Innovation and Change, visit our Center for Community Engagement page.
Saturday, April 13, 2013
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Special guest speaker Candace Klein,
CEO and Founder of Bad Girl Ventures.
- 8:30-9:00 a.m. Registration - Roush Hall Fisher Gallery
- 9:00 a.m. Special guest speaker Candace Klein, CEO and Founder of Bad Girl Ventures - Cowan Hall Fritsche Theatre
- 10:10 a.m. Discussion on National Policy Issues with Tara Abraham, National Women's Business Council member - Cowan Hall
- 11:15 a.m. Joe DeLoss, founder of Nobul in Columbus, will lead the World Café discussion on social innovation efforts - Campus Center
- 12:30 p.m. Adjourn
All participants will be entered into a gift card raffle
and will receive a Thirty-One Gifts gift bag.
What is Social Innovation?
Social Innovation refers to new ideas that resolve existing social,
cultural, economic and environmental challenges for the benefit of
people and planet. Even more simply, a social innovation is an idea
that works for the public good. Source: Centre for Social Innovation
For more information, call (614) 823-1232.