Northwestern Hosts Social Entrepreneurship in Health & Wellness Challenge

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“The Challenge offers students the opportunity to apply their academic learning to tough, real-world problems,” said Jamie Jones ’09, assistant director of social enterprise at the Kellogg School. “The concepts they produced demonstrated the variety of ways that the issue can be approached.”

Challenge participants had the chance to work with experts in the healthy-food movement, social entrepreneurs, local food producers and members of the city government, including Sheelah Muhammad ’95 and Daphne Curtin ’11.