Alastair Wilson, CEO School for Social Entrepreneurs – “What Works”

Institute for Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship

Social Enterprise Lecture Series Autumn 2016

Tuesday 11th October 5.30 (not 5) – 7pm

Admission is Free; Open To All within and beyond Goldsmiths (No need to book)

Alastair Wilson, CEO, School for Social Entrepreneurs

Practical Support for Social Entrepreneurs – what works

 

Having worked extensively in the private sector, Alastair Wilson became a student of School for Social Entrepreneurs in 1997. Having established and run his own project, he returned to SSE as Chief Executive in 2004.

Alastair is the co-founder and director of Tonic Housing CIC which is looking to develop a fresh approach to LGBT elder living. Alastair has held trustee roles in a number of organisations and is currently a trustee of the Sheila McKechnie Foundation and The Cabrach Trust CIC. He has previously been a trustee of organisations including Social Enterprise UK, UnLtd, Access – the foundation for Social Investment and the Akram Khan Dance Company.

 

Venue:

Room PSH 326, Professor Stuart Hall Building (Opposite ICCE Office)

Goldsmiths, University of London, Lewisham Way, SE14 6NW

For Directions to ICCE click here

Click tinyurl.com/zga8v2m for a list of all this Autumn’s speakers

Further enquiries to ICCE Department, A.Kynaston@Gold.ac.uk

or to Dr Richard Hull R.Hull@Gold.ac.uk

 

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