Dr. Stephanie Raible of the University of Delaware (UD) is seeking experienced, full-time social entrepreneurs to participate in a study titled, “Social Entrepreneurship: Entrepreneurial Leadership or Responsible Leadership.”
Dr. Raible is an assistant professor of social entrepreneurship at UD and leads campus efforts in social entrepreneurship through her joint appointment between UD’s Department of Human Development & Family Sciences and Horn Entrepreneurship, the creative engine for entrepreneurship education and advancement at UD.
Dr. Raible is also the 2020 chair for the Social Entrepreneurship SIG of the U.S. Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Additionally, she is a Faculty Fellow of the Sullivan Foundation and served as the Winter 2020 Faculty Director of the UD Winter Session in Berlin and Munich, Germany, where she taught a course titled “International Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystems: Germany.”
Here is the approved description of the study:
“Experienced, full-time social entrepreneurs wanted to participate in the study, Social entrepreneurship: Entrepreneurial leadership or responsible leadership, which aims to explore the leadership approaches, philosophies, and practices of individuals who have been full-time within their social entrepreneurial roles for 3.5 years or longer in the United States. I am inviting you to participate in this study participating in a one-on-one phone, Zoom, or Skype interview. The purpose of the interview is to hear more about how social entrepreneurs experience view their roles as leaders both within and outside their organizations. The information learned from this study may help educators and mentors increase their understanding of how social entrepreneurs experience their roles as leaders. For their participation in this study, eligible participants will be offered a $25 online gift card. To volunteer your participation or confirm your eligibility to participate, please contact Dr. Stephanie Raible at firstname.lastname@example.org; please note, direct messages outside of email will be redirected to email channels and promptly deleted.”