Browsing Tag: public-private partnerships

Events & Activities, Public_Private Partnerships, Tri-Sector Leadership

The Value of a Tri-Sector Leadership Perspective: A Session with Shamina Singh, President of Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth

By Lisa Stewart Prior to becoming a student at the UVA Darden School, Catherine Melsheimer served as a staff member in Congress and worked on political campaigns. Now in her second year of the MBA program, Catherine is a member of the UVA Tri-Sector Leadership Fellows program where she…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
Events & Activities, Tri-Sector Leadership

An Interview with Former Tri-Sector Leadership Fellow Rhett Ricard

As branding consultant and thought leader Simon Mainwaring once said:”We need to develop and disseminate an entirely new paradigm and practice of collaboration that supersedes the traditional silos that have divided governments, philanthropies and private enterprises for decades and replace it with networks of partnerships working together to create…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
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P3 Impact Award Recognizes Leading Public-Private Partnerships That Improve Communities and the World

2016 Award Applications Now OpenThe U.S. Department of State Secretary’s Office of Global Partnerships, Concordia and the University of Virginia Darden School of Business Institute for Business in Society have opened applications for the third annual P3 Impact Award, which honors exemplary public-private partnerships (P3s) from…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
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This Year’s P3 Impact Award Finalists Illustrate How Public-Private Partnerships Are Improving Our World

 Our world – and its challenges – are becoming increasingly more complex. From global warming and hunger to water scarcity and beyond, our planet faces critical issues that call for businesses, government and non-profits to solve them – together.With this in mind, Concordia, the U.S. Department of State Secretary…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-