Using the Fast-Food Model for Social Good

Friday, March 2, 2018 - 7:45am

“We are excited that we can engage students from across many different majors in this work that harnesses a successful commercial business model and uses it explicitly to advance economic development and bring life-changing goods to communities across the globe,” says Fiona Wilson, executive director for the Center for Social Innovation and Enterprise.

Rachel Vaz ’18, who is majoring in business administration with a concentration in international business and economics and minoring in Spanish and Latin American studies, is working with Livelihood BASIX (LBI), a social franchise that promotes economic development for farmers and low-income households.

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