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The Unfinished Social Entrepreneur

The Unfinished Social Entrepreneur project supports the writing, editing and philanthropic distribution of a book about empowering social justice careers by social entrepreneur Jonathan C. Lewis. An accompanying educational guide will facilitate use of the book in classrooms and by community book clubs.

Your tax-deductible donation underwrites editing the book, writing the teaching guide and – most vitally – making the book and educational materials free or nearly free in underserved communities both in the United States and all over the world. All book profits will support social change activities.

Learn more about the book and author.

The author, Jonathan C. Lewis, is the founder and concept originator for four social ventures: MCE Social Capital – an innovative social venture that leverages $110 million of private capital to make small business loans to deeply impoverished people in 30 developing countries; Opportunity Collaboration – global economic justice summit and business retreat for 450 senior level anti-poverty leaders; Cafe Impact – online videos about social entrepreneurship careers; Copia Global – consumer catalog serving the base of the economic pyramid in Africa. Jonathan teaches the graduate course Making Social Entrepreneurship Happen at New York University. He is a General Partner in the social impact fund Dev Equity and a recipient of the Social Venture Network Innovation Award.