Seeing Is Believing: The Power of Social Enterprise via Photos

Thanks to our wonderful GSSE MBA alumni for providing these wonderful photos. Enjoy!

-Kat

Market Research in Kibera, Kenya

GSSE Alumni Liz Gicharu getting to know her target market in Kibera, Kenya for a new fortified flour product.

Living Roots Community Workshop in Baja Mexico

A focus group in Baja, Mexico, helped GSSE Alumni McKenzie Campbell design the services provided by her non-profit Living Roots, to support the cultural preservation of this ranchero community.

SEED Pumpset Demo with Villagers

Field-testing his prototype micro-diesel irrigation pumpset in Bangladesh was an important step for GSSE Alumni Mitesh Gala, co-founder of SEED: Small Engines for Economic Development.

NOYA Fibers Mongolian Cashmere

What better way to get to know the challenges facing Mongolian goat herders than going to Mongolia?

AYZH Maternal Health in India

Women entrepreneurs designing solutions to maternal health problems in India produces a powerful image and powerful impact.

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