ELC Speaker Series: The legislative enviroment to support social enterprise in Ontario
Are you part of a not for profit that is exploring the option of social enterprise? This great talk will explore the legislative environment to support social enterprise in Ontario.
Join Jacqueline Bayley, RECODE Special Projects Liaison, and our SENCO legal expert from the Ontario Nonprofit on the Georgian College Orillia campus or via livestream to learn about the legislative environment (corporate structure and legal aspects) to support social enterprise in Ontario.
Jacqueline is responsible for the Centre for Social Entrepreneurship (CSE) framework, launch of the Social Enterprise Network Central Ontario (SENCO) and workshop development both internally at Georgian College and in the community. Jacqueline’s experience as a Community Projects Initiative Liaison and facilitator of workshops surrounding Social Enterprise throughout Central Ontario have resulted in working with over 80 students and over 60 community partners to inspire social change through social entrepreneurial skill development and community self-discovery. Her business experience in both profit and non-profit sectors has resulted in collaborative long term partnerships that influence social change, social entrepreneurial mindsets and impact communities.
Jacqueline will be joined by our SENCO legal expert from the Ontario Nonprofit Network (ONN), speaking on the legislative environment (corporate structure and legal aspects) to support social enterprise in Ontario.
Come and take part in this valuable event in person or via livestream.
Date: November 2, 2016
Location: Georgian College, Orillia Campus, 825 Memorial Ave., Orilia, Ontario.
3:45 - 4:00 - Light refreshments and registration
4:00 - Talk begins
4:45 - 5:00 - Question and Answer
5:00 - Networking event
Stick around and network with other local entrepreneurs.
If you will not be attending this in person, please indicate that you would like the livestream link sent to you!
If you have questions about this event or other sessions like these please contact:
Sara Bentham, Project Coordinator, Henry Bernick Entrepreneurship Centre - firstname.lastname@example.org, Cell: 705-817-5015