FORA.tv Speaker - Daniel Crisafulli
Crisafulli joined the Skoll Foundation as a Senior Program Officer in February 2007, where he leads the practice aimed at 'building the field' of social entrepreneurship through grant and program-related investments.
Prior to joining Skoll Foundation, Crisafulli co-managed the World Bank's social entrepreneurship and innovation program, the Development Marketplace (DM) beginning in 2004. He brought a venture capital approach to the DM, taking a hands-on role in the success of investees. The DM's model of support for small-scale solutions to social and economic challenges was designated a "best practice" in corporate innovation by Harvard Business Review.
Previously, Crisafulli co-founded the technology venture capital group at the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in 2000, helping to build a $70 million investment program.
Crisafulli earned a bachelor's degree in government summa cum laude from Dartmouth College and a master's degree in public policy from the Kennedy School at Harvard University, where he was a Kennedy Scholar.
10.13.08 | 00:42:53 min
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