List of public speaking you�ve done in the last few years, including panels (like the one on the future of work), with details (topic/title of your talk, where, when, title of event, sponsor)

  • The Philanthropy Connection; October 8, 2019 (Boston, MA) – Finding Common Purpose Lunch & Learn on the dysfunctions in the nonprofit industrial complex
  • Gleitsman Lecture Series: Andrew Wolk April 2009 (Cambridge, MA) Lecture at Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University on Social Entrepreneurship and Innovations in the Public Sector
  • IMPACT Speaker Series November 9 2011(Boston, MA) at Georgia Tech; Discussion on the importance of social impact markets and the necessity of true social innovation to address persistent social problems.
  • Social Innovation Panel Dec 9 2009 (Dallas, TX) – a Panel on the driving force for social impact at the Governors Nonprofit Leadership Conference
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review Pod Cast: Mitch Landrieu and Andrwe Wolk � Social Entrepreneurship in Louisiana
  • Social Enterprise Summit, May, 2009, Minneapolis, MA, Key Note Address on Measuring Social Impact, Social Enterprise Alliance
  • Fundaci�n Innovaci�n Bankinter Conference, 2015, Madrid Spain, Social Innovation Eco System
  • Philanthropy Hour Pod Cast, 2016, Pragmatic Partnerships and Driving Higher Performance
  • Stanford Social Innovation Pod Cast, 2010, The Emerging Social Impact Market
  • Blackbaud Podcast, 2016, Accelerating Performance for Social Good

What events are scheduled?

  • Impact Hub, January 31, 2020 (Boston, MA) To What End
  • SXSW 2020 March 14,2020 (Austen, TX) How Do We Design an American Social Contract?
  • Interrise 2020 March 9,2020 (Boston, MA) To What End: Confronting the Nonprofit Industrial Complex

List of your publications

List of any appearances in print (e.g., an article written by a reporter) in the past 5 years

  • A Business Approach to Social Change, Boston Globe, 2008
  • Rooting for Results: Wolk Brings Business Mind to Social Problems, Boston Business Journal, 2009
  • Social Entrepreneurs, Here�s What They Can Do, New York Times, 2008

Names of well-known people (or people with super-impressive titles) you have relationships with who might endorse your book

  1. Shawn Dove, CEO Campaign for Black Male Achievement
  2. Mitch Landrieu, Former Mayor of New Orleans
  3. Jim Shelton, Former Deputy Secretary of Education
  4. Paul Reville, Director, Education Redesign Lab, Harvard University
  5. Nita Lowey, Congresswomen, State of NY

People with blue check on Twitter who follows Andrew:

  1. Mimi Wishner Segel (NBC NECN Producer)
  2. Tito Jackson
  3. Evan Falchuk