Using Innovation and Entrepreneurship to Solve
Humanity’s Grandest Challenges
- One billion people worldwide have no access to healthcare.
- Seven billion people worldwide are uneducated.
- Seventy percent of the world’s land is used for cattle.
Naveen Jain is a leader who steps up to make a difference and lives BOLD. We are delighted and honored to bring Naveen Jain to the campus of the University of Washington Bothell for a Leadership Lesson
Naveen Jain is an Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, and Founder of iNome, InfoSpace, Intelius, Moon Express, and World Innovation Institute. As a regular contributor to Forbes, Huffington Post, and Inc., he is driven to solve the world’s grandest challenges through innovation and technology and leveraging wealth to improve the lives of people around the world.
He serves on the board of Singularity University, an interdisciplinary university with the mission to educate and inspire leaders to address humanity’s grand challenges through innovative technologies. Awarded many honors for entrepreneurial successes and leadership skills, Naveen Jain has received the: “Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year” Award; “Albert Einstein Technology Medal” for pioneers in technology; designation as “Top 20 Entrepreneurs” by Red Herring; recognition as “Most Admired Serial Entrepreneur” by Silicon India; and “Lifetime Achievement Award” for leadership in the technology industry and support of other entrepreneurs.
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Date and Location: April 23, 2013, 6:00 to 8:00 pm, North Creek Event Center, UWB Campus
Deliver cash payment or check to the University of Washington Bothell, School of Business, Box 358533, 18115 Campus Way NE, Bothell, WA 98011, Attention: Leslie Boba.
Please make your check payable to the University of Washington Bothell. Unfortunately, we do not accept credit cards or debit cards at this time.
Your registration and payment in full prior to the event is appreciated.
Disclaimer: This is a UW Bothell School of Business non-degree program. Participation in this program does not result in academic credit toward a degree.