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GIRLpreneurs
are social entrepreneurs
www.PeerSpring.com
Lee Fox 11/10/15
presented by
why
$41-trillion dollars are changing
hands in the greatest generation-
to-generation transfer of wealth.
the “selfie” generati...
26% 

of 16-19 year olds currently volunteer
(it just looks different)
MAKER MOVEMENT + DIY EDUCATION: 

61% of high schoo...
Generation Impact

64M youth (10-24) 

in the USA
social entrepreneurship is
one of their most popular
career choices
our ...
what do your peers 

spring for?
Alison Alstrom 

users her passion for fashion
to serve under-privileged youth
Lulu Cerone 

using “philanthro-parties” to...
Daniella Cohen’s

passion for writing is breaking
cultural stereotypes
Jessica Jin’s

passion for coding elevates
student ...
Calista Jaskiewicz 

uses origami to increase
interest in STEM
what will YOU spring for?
LEARNING
ON
PURPOSE
.PeerSpring.com
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Are GenZ girl-preneurs natural born social entrepreneurs?

Social entrepreneurship is a top career choice for GenZ. PeerSpring's founder, Lee Fox, speaks about how girls implement "creative currencies" to impact change in the world. And what that means for the future of social entrepreneurship.

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Are GenZ girl-preneurs natural born social entrepreneurs?

  1. 1. GIRLpreneurs are social entrepreneurs www.PeerSpring.com Lee Fox 11/10/15 presented by why
  2. 2. $41-trillion dollars are changing hands in the greatest generation- to-generation transfer of wealth. the “selfie” generation can also be a “selfless” generation
  3. 3. 26% 
 of 16-19 year olds currently volunteer (it just looks different) MAKER MOVEMENT + DIY EDUCATION: 
 61% of high school students want to be an entrepreneur (compared to 43% of college students)
  4. 4. Generation Impact
 64M youth (10-24) 
 in the USA social entrepreneurship is one of their most popular career choices our kids 
 have a spending power of
 $44-billion a year but CREATIVITY 
 is the new currency
  5. 5. what do your peers 
 spring for?
  6. 6. Alison Alstrom 
 users her passion for fashion to serve under-privileged youth Lulu Cerone 
 using “philanthro-parties” to serve her causes
  7. 7. Daniella Cohen’s
 passion for writing is breaking cultural stereotypes Jessica Jin’s
 passion for coding elevates student voice
  8. 8. Calista Jaskiewicz 
 uses origami to increase interest in STEM what will YOU spring for?
  9. 9. LEARNING ON PURPOSE .PeerSpring.com

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