Interview with Poonam Ahuwalia, Social Entrepreneur


credit: Duke Chronicle

Poonam Ahluwalia, a social entrepreneur and the founder and director of Youth Entrepreneurship and Sustainability (YES), an international nonprofit, chats with Steve Mariotti, founder of Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship.

Ahluwalia was recently named as 2013's India New England Woman of the Year. She gets down with the basics with Mariotti about her work in youth entrepreneurship, background, and goals for the future, and dishes advice to readers how they can get involve with social entrepreneurship.

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