June 4 - 12:00


June 24 - 13:00

Event Category:

Impact Hub North America

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Impact Hub Minneapolis St. Paul

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Impact Hub Minneapolis - St. Paul

825 Washington Avenue Southeast #200, Minneapolis, MN 55414

Minneapolis, MN, US, 55414

Join us for a casual lunch chat with social entrepreneurs and Terri Barreiro – sharing insights and networking opportunities!

Brown Bag Lunch – Social Entrepreneur Roundtable + Susan Hammel @ Cogent

Come join us for an exciting in-person event at Impact Hub Minneapolis – St. Paul! Our Social Entrepreneur Roundtable will feature a special guest, Terri Barreiro.

Bring your lunch and engage in meaningful discussions about social impact, entrepreneurship, and more. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and gain valuable insights.

See you there!

Terri Barreiro is an expert in systems change and a mission-driven venture advisor. She is an adjunct instructor of Social Entrepreneurship at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs and venture advisor to students at Carlson School of Business, U of MN. She is co-founder of and volunteer venture coach at Impact Hub MSP and consultant to nonprofit and philanthropic organizations.

She is co-author of Social Entrepreneurship: the Journey from Issue to Viable Venture and founder of the Donald McNeely Center for Entrepreneurship serving the College of Saint Benedict and Saint Johns’ University. She brings to her work more than 30 years of experience as a nationally recognized nonprofit and philanthropy leader with extensive experience in United Way, corporate giving, and family foundation operations. She earned an MBA and BA cum laude at the University of Minnesota as well as completed an Executive MBA program at Carnegie Mellon University. She has enjoyed volunteering throughout her life, currently serving on the boards of Community Giving, Close Gaps by 5, Folk School Warroad, Market Access Fund, and Impact Hub MSP. Enjoying birds, nurturing native gardens and prairies is how she shares her leisure hours with her husband.

To sustain the work of this Community of Practice, we request that participants who are not members of Impact Hub MSP pay $10 at the door.