Join social entrepreneur, Rebecca Davis, founder of MindLeaps, Monday, April 3, at 7 p.m. in Rodman A.
MindLeaps is an international NGO, based in the U..S., that works in post-conflict and developing countries, including Rwanda and Bosnia-Herzegovina, to permanently decrease the number of street children. MindLeaps runs a unique three-phase model that helps out-of-school youth transition from the street to formal education.
Rebecca will speak about her unconventional journey building a field model that produces results, and how the connections to peace, justice and human rights build stability in war-torn regions around the world.
Sponsored by the Peace, Justice, & Human Rights Program.
This lecture is free & open to the public.