How to become social entrepreneur

Impact career pathways:

In today's world where we increasingly prioritise ethical and sustainable business practices, more people than ever are pursuing a career that involves making a positive impact on society.

Join this online event hosted by the Marshall Institute at the London School of Economics (LSE) to discover where a career in social entrepreneurship can take you. Hear from a panel of practicing social entrepreneurs, find out more about their career journeys and get advice on how you can carve out a career in the social impact sector.

Get ready to be captivated by their stories, insights and real-world experiences as they share how they’ve leveraged their skills and learnings from the Executive MSc Social Business and Entrepreneurship (EMSBE) programme to create positive change in their communities and beyond.

Whether you’re an established entrepreneur or looking to progress into this field, this event is a valuable opportunity to gain top tips, learn from like-minded individuals and explore exciting career pathways in social impact.

The Marshall Institute brings together the principal actors in private action for public benefit to share information, data, projects, and practice. It provides a platform for exchange between the key actors in the field, be they investors, foundations, philanthropists, social entrepreneurs, or government agencies.


  • Dr. Kerryn Krige
    Co-author of the book The Disruptors: Social Entrepreneurs Re-investing in Business and Society.
  • Siran Cao
    Co-Founder and CEO of Mirza
  • David Paparelli
    CEO, M•Cultivo
  • Chris Riklin
    Co-Founder and Go-to-Market Lead at Topline


This event is being hosted by The Marshall Institute at LSE at 6pm GST. Register here.