Academic Program Manager and Lecturer
University of Michigan College of Engineering -Center for Entrepreneurship
Moses Lee is an Academic Program Manager and Lecturer at the Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Michigan (UM), where he manages the Social Entrepreneurship Initiative. He teaches two courses: Social Venture Creation and Intro to Social Entrepreneurship. In addition, Moses supports the curriculum and teaching responsibilities in UM’s Multidisciplinary Design Minor Global Health Design Specialization. Previously, Moses was a Manager at the William Davidson Institute and the Managing Editor of NextBillion.net, the premier online resource for information on social enterprises in the developing world. In 2007, he started the social venture fund, Rain Capital, with a UM alumni but folded the company after a year and half due to the financial market meltdown.
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Today, most innovative and high-impact social ventures operating at the base of the economic pyramid (BoP) are applying the principles of design thinking to better develop and deliver their solutions. The concept of design thinking involves immersing oneself into communities to better understand the habits and lifestyl...
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