Salon Dinner: Lesson #3
Wine Bar | 6:45PM
9 Church St., Toronto | View Map
Lesson #3: Poverty is a description of someone’s economic situation, it does not describe who someone is.
We’re thrilled to announce that Jo-Ann Tan, Lead Architect of the +acumen Community, will be visiting from corporate headquarters in NYC and facilitating this Salon’s discussion on June 25th, 6:45pm, at Wine Bar. We’ll be discussing Lesson #3: “Poverty is a description of someone’s economic situation, it does not describe who someone is.” We’re excited to engage a new group of enthusiastic members of the community and offer a unique opportunity to discuss one of Acumen’s Lessons with a member of the NYC team. If you’re interested in attending, or have a particular interest or experience in this area, please send us an email; we’d love to hear from you. The event will include pre-reading material and informal facilitation to generate meaningful discussions. It is our hope that these dinners will spur moral imagination and challenge people to think about poverty, business and the relationship that exists between them in new ways.
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Price of admission is $35. Please email us if you're interested in attending the next Salon Dinner. Tell us a little bit about what you do and what interests you about TORONTO+acumen and Acumen Fund's work. We will get back to you with further details and discussion materials before for the event.