Lab Dispatches

Critical Skills for Social Entrepreneurs with Mentor in Residence Sarah Holloway

Having worked in the public and nonprofit sector for 25 years, Sarah Holloway, a member of the SIPA faculty and Social Entrepreneur in Residence at the Columbia Startup Lab, understands what it takes to make a difference in the fast-changing world of socially responsible businesses. She teaches knowledge and skills essential for non-profit, for-profit and social enterprise management at Columbia and is often seen around the Lab at WeWork Soho West, answering questions and giving feedback to teams from the more than 70 alumni entrepreneurs.

Columbia News held a Q&A with Sarah where she talked about the need for empathy, good marketing, and great storytelling are the keys to launch. Read more.


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