Social Entrepreneurship

Social Entrepreneur In Residence

The social entrepreneur in residence at the Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation mentors students, participates in or leads programs and workshops with student groups, and meets with alumni and faculty.

The current social entrepreneur in residence, David Friedman, ’89, is the founder and CEO of AutonomyWorks, which employs autistic individuals, who provide cost-competitive processing services to companies.

Friedman is available during regular office hours.


Get Involved

Upcoming office hours are listed on the Rustandy Center events page. For questions about the Social Entrepreneur in Residence program, email Will Gossin.

To receive updates on upcoming office hours and other programs offered through the Edwardson Social Entrepreneurship Program, sign up here.



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