Browsing Tag: Mary Margaret Frank

Events & Activities, Guest Posts

Professor Mary Margaret Frank Leads Discussions at 2017 Pay for Success and Social Impact Finance Conference

By Tori Schucheng YangHow can Pay for Success models be used to improve project outcomes? And how can these public-private financing models help foster innovation and positively impact communities?These were some of the questions discussed by state government officials, service providers, philanthropists, impact investors and business leaders…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
Events & Activities, Guest Posts

Feminism and the Free Markets

By Maeve McGilloway and Alexandra Williams What role can the free market play in women’s participation in society?How have laws changed to encourage women’s participation in the labor market?Are differences in outcomes the result of structural policy, or the individual choices of men and women?These…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
About IBiS, Cases & Courses, Events & Activities, In the News, Thought Leadership, Tri-Sector Leadership

Senator Warner Visits Darden, Meets With IBiS Elective Class

On January 21st, Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) spent the afternoon at the Darden School of Business, meeting with administrators, faculty, and students as part of a trip to the region.  In particular, he met with IBiS Academic Director Mary Margaret Frank’s students who are part of her groundbreaking…

By Allison Elias-
About IBiS, Cases & Courses, Events & Activities, In the News, Thought Leadership, Tri-Sector Leadership

Mary Margaret Frank Provides Insight on National Debt

 The Generational Equity Tour is a nationwide series of public engagement events presented by The Can Kicks Back, a non-partisan and millennial-led campaign to defeat the national debt.  The Tour came to the University of Virginia on October 28th.  The screening of the nonpartisan documentary about the…

By Allison Elias-
In the News, Thought Leadership

Marketing the Female Condom

How do you create a market for a life-saving consumer product when the population with the highest demand for it cannot afford it?IBiS Academic Director Mary Margaret Frank explores this question in her latest piece for the Washington Post’s Case in Point series.  She demonstrates that key…

By Allison Elias-