“How do we solve the most pressing issues that are impacting our communities?”
Katherina Rosqueta, the founding executive director of the Center for High Impact Philanthropy (CHIP), asked this question at the inaugural Franklin SP2 Social Innovation Prize pitch competition held last Friday.
Six teams of students across schools at the University of Pennsylvania were tasked with presenting an innovative project that would address one of the topics featured in the SP2 Penn Top 10 Social Justice & Policy Issues.
Read the full article on Generocity. Learn more about the Franklin Prize here.