Program Alumnus Launches Center for Urban Entrepreneurship

Dr. Wayne Curtis recently accepted the position of Project Specialist for Green Business and Social Entrepreneurship within the Center for Sustainable Development, one of the land grant centers of the College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences (CAUSES) of the University of the District of Columbia (UDC).

Within his new role, Dr. Curtis will design and implement all research and community education initiatives that advance business start-ups, expansions, leadership skills, and private-public partnerships to improve environment quality and opportunity in the District of Columbia.

Dr. Curtis was recently noted in The Washington Post for his work in launching the new Center for Urban Entrepreneurship within UDC.

Learn more about his work here and review his full dissertation entitled, Social Entrepreneurship and Wealth-Building Plans: Creative Strategies for Working Class Americans, here!

 

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