David Bornstein (author)


David Bornstein (author)

David Bornstein is a journalist and author who specializes in writing about social innovation. He has written three books on social entrepreneurship. He is the founder of Dowser.org, a news site that reports on social innovation.

Contents

Awards

He was awarded the 2007 Human Security Award for work in social entrepreneurship on October 25, 2007 which is given annually by the Coalition Advocating Human Security, a program of the University of California Irvine.[1] He also received the 2008 Leadership in Social Entrepreneurship Award from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business.

Books

External links

References



Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • David Bornstein — may refer to: David Bornstein (author), journalist who writes about social innovation David Bornstein (politician) (born 1940), Australian politician Dovid Bornsztain (1876–1942), third Rebbe of Sochatchov This disambiguation page lists articles… …   Wikipedia

  • Atlas Service Corps — ( Atlas Corps ) is a US nonprofit organization with a mission to integrate a global citizen sector in order to create a global partnership for development. It was incorporated and recognized as a 501(c)(3) organization by the U.S. IRS on April 7 …   Wikipedia

  • SALONIKA — (Thessaloniki), port located in N.E. Greece. Although historical evidence is scarce, it is believed that the Alexandrian Jews who arrived in ca. 140 B.C.E. were among the first Jews to settle in Salonika. Several sources give evidence of the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • List of Canadian Jews — The Jewish population of Canada is approximately 385,000, with a majority living in either Toronto (200,000) or Montreal (100,000). Following the end of World War II, some 40,000 Holocaust survivors, stemming mainly from Eastern Europe, resettled …   Wikipedia

  • PATRAS — PATRAS, port city in N. Peloponnesus, Greece. There were Jews living in Patras in ancient times, as can be assumed from the Hebrew inscriptions found in the local church of St. Anastasius; benjamin of tudela reported the presence of 50 Jews there …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Scott Beale — (John) Scott Beale (born February 12, 1976) is an American author and social entrepreneur. Beale was born in Athens, GA and grew up in Wilmington, Delaware. He is author of “Millennial Manifesto: A Youth Activist Handbook” , and the founder of an …   Wikipedia

  • Muhammad Yunus — মুহাম্মদ ইউনুস Welfare economics , Development economics , Public Health , Gender Studies , Political Philosophy , Utilitarianism …   Wikipedia

  • OTTOMAN EMPIRE — OTTOMAN EMPIRE, Balkan and Middle Eastern empire started by a Turkish tribe, led by ʿUthmān (1288–1326), at the beginning of the 14th century. This entry is arranged according to the following outline: sources …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ISTANBUL — ISTANBUL, city in N.W. turkey , on both sides of the Bosphorus at its entrance on the Sea of Marmara (for history prior to 1453, see constantinople ). Constantinople was taken from the Byzantine emperor in 1453 by the Ottoman sultan Mehmed II… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • List of Jews in sports — This list includes Jews who have had outstanding achievements in sports.The criteria is:a) 1 3 places winners at major international tournaments; b) for team sports, winning in preliminary competitions of finals at major international tournaments …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.