Giving Compass' Take:
- This virtual book talk features Danielle Kristine Toussaint, author Dare to Think Purple—A Survival Guide from Women in Social Entrepreneurship.
- What are the most significant barriers for women starting social ventures, and how can donors support them?
- Read more about supporting female venture capitalists.
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Let’s kick-off Women’s History Month together. Join us for an engaging virtual book talk with Danielle Kristine Toussaint, author of the new book, Dare to Think Purple—A Survival Guide from Women in Social Entrepreneurship, and the inaugural Morgridge Communicator in Residence for Ascend at The Aspen Institute. During this conversation, moderated by Anne Mosle, vice president at the Aspen Institute and co-chair of the Aspen Institute Forum on Women and Girls, you will gain inspiration and leadership insights from the still-in-progress success stories of real women who have launched and scaled social ventures. You’re also invited to stick around after the talk for an author meet and greet, where you will have an opportunity to engage with Danielle and maybe even win a special prize.
Read the full article about women in social entrepreneurship at The Aspen Institute.