To create a sustainable, more equitable society, we must address how business practices affect us all on a local, national, and global scale. Through hands-on student leadership experiences, cutting-edge research, relevant coursework, and innovative programs, our goal is to challenge both our students and the world to further explore the connection between business and positive social impact.
Better Business, Better World
Good Business Goes Beyond the Boardroom
How Your Support Helps
Develops TalentWe’re proud to have graduated 74 Social Enterprise BBA and MBA Fellows since 2014. Your support helps develop the next generation of social sector leaders by providing spaces for constructive dialogue and problem-solving through education, exposure, and experiences.
Builds CommunityThrough the Start:ME program, Goizueta has accelerated more than 300 local businesses. We also support economic development for women in Latin America through Grounds for Empowerment. Your gift enables us to provide training, mentorship, and early-stage financing for micro-businesses and in emerging markets.
Creates & Expands KnowledgeMore than 300 students are enrolled annually in our seven social impact courses and Global Experiential Modules. Through your support we aim to create and share content—courses, books, research papers, articles, and more—that challenges the status quo and inspires meaningful action.
The John R. Lewis Case Competition
The John R. Lewis Racial Justice Case Competition (JLCC) goes beyond short-term solutions to deliver lasting change. It’s the first of its kind student-run case competition focused on racial justice. It brings together business leaders and top students from across the country to better understand the history of systemic racism in the U.S. and find actionable solutions to bring about lasting change.
More Than $55,000 to Nonprofits
For People, Not Just For Profit
Through the Emory Philanthropy Lab course, Goizueta students allocated more than $55,000 to 10 nonprofit organizations during the spring semester of 2021. The course challenges our business students to address some of the long-standing inequities in Atlanta while empowering communities through philanthropy.