Kesha Cash, along with Jean Case, Ben Jealous, Earl Robinson, and Laura Wiedman Powers will be challenging popular conceptions of entrepreneurship at the Case Foundation’s SXgood Stories: Myth of the Entrepreneur.
Conducted in the format of NPR’s Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me series, the session promises an entertaining look at the serious need for a culture that embraces inclusive entrepreneurship and underscores the importance of the work being done by Impact America Fund and our network of innovators, investors, leaders, and policy makers.
Join us in Austin at 1:15 p.m., Monday, March 14th at the Palm Door at Sixth (508 E. 6th St.) and stay for the Case Foundation’s and NPR Generation Listen’s SXgood Lab: The Future of Entrepreneurship at 2:30 p.m. and the Case Foundation’s Early Happy Hour at 3:30 p.m.
Whether or not you can attend our panel, we highly recommend The Myth of the Entrepreneur series on the Case Foundation blog as your read of the week.
We look forward to connecting with our colleagues at Andreessen Horowitz, Google for Entrepreneurs, Code2040, Digital Undivided, Cross Culture Ventures, Comcast Ventures, Kapor Capital, and the New Orleans Startup Fund—and furthering our shared mission of entrepreneurship for all.
The next era of entrepreneurship is about leveling the playing field, expanding participation and scaling the networks of social, financial and inspirational capital that provide the foundation for successful startups and scalable business. – Sheila Herrling | Case Foundation