Second Act Theatrical Capital Featured Among Impact Offerings, Walked Into the Emergency Room With a Broken Hip and Young Entrepreneur Hopes To Tell A New Story In Haiti
Each week, Superpowers for Good shares a list of new impact-related offerings added to Finra-Registered crowdfunding portals and by broker-dealers. We’ll share four separate lists:
Impact offerings as determined by KingsCrowd reviews.
Offerings with minority founders.
Deals with women founders.
Those with LGBTQ founders.
On Wednesday afternoon, easing into the long, favorite four-day weekend of the year, excited for Thanksgiving, I set out on a run intended to help me enjoy overeating the next day.
Almost two miles into a not-quite three-mile run through the neighborhood, I hopped off the sidewalk, where I like to run, to allow a neighbor to finish sweeping his sidewalk after mowing the lawn.
As we exchanged pleasantries about prepping the yard for the family gathering, I tripped over the unseen speed bump on the street in front of his home. Most runners have a few trip-and-falls over their careers, and this was not my first. It was my last.
Originally, I produced this post for Forbes in 2018. During my recovery, I’m sharing it again to refocus a bit of attention on strategies for impact in Haiti.
Resenting the prevailing narrative about poverty in Haiti, Marc Alain Boucicault, 30, a Fulbright Scholar, and a former economist for the World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank, is putting his experience to work as a social entrepreneur, hoping to change the story and the economy.
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