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D-Rev Shares Social Enterprise Lessons From Creating Products for Low-Income People

D-Rev Shares Social Enterprise Lessons From Creating Products for Low-Income People

A nonprofit enterprise  led by Krista Donaldson, a Silicon Valley ’40 Under 40′ winner and a TEDx and Clinton Global Initiative speaker, offers social enterprise lessons gained from her experience in working to improve the lives of many people.

Krista was inspired by visits to hospitals in India and spearheaded D-Rev, which aims “to design and deliver products that improve the health and incomes of the 4.0 billion people living on less than $4 per day.” 

via Medical-Gear Group’s Experience Offers Social-Enterprise Lessons | Philanthropy


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