Follow up on the Global Good Fund

Diana Davis Spencer & The Eggs

  This is Diana Davis Spencer on stage at the 2017 Global Good Fund Gala. Diana embodies the entrepreneurial nature of the fellowship that bears her name. For example, in the house Diana grew up in, there was a little basement under the garage. After WW2 she decided to start a ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on May 22, 2017


Meet 2017 Global Good Fund Fellow Lily Yeh, CEO & Founder of Little Loving Hands

Social Entrepreneurs - They're Just Like Us! Meet 2017 Global Good Fund Fellow Lily Yeh, CEO & Founder of Little Loving Hands. 2017 Global Good Fund Fellow Lily Yeh is a Virginia native, social entrepreneur and mother of 2 young children. Lily is the CEO & Founder of Little Loving ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on May 9, 2017


Making Social Enterprise & Impact My Commitment by Kevin Iraheta

During the summer of 2013, I listened to Carrie Rich speak about The Global Good Fund at a career panel discussion hosted by The Posse Foundation; I was instantly hooked to the idea of social entrepreneurship. The Posse Foundation, invests in talented urban high school students by providing them with ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on Feb. 23, 2017


The Global Good Fund combs the world for game-changing entrepreneurs. Now it is investing in them.

The following article was published on January 3rd, 2017 by Staff Reporter Andrew Medici, WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL - The Global Good Fund wants to invest tens of millions of dollars into startups and entrepreneurs looking to make the world a better place.  But to begin, it's starting small.   The D ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on Feb. 23, 2017


The Global Good Fund Announces $2.2 Million Grant from The Diana Davis Spencer Foundation

Powered by the largest grant in The Global Good Fund’s history, the Diana Davis Spencer Fellowship benefits adults (aged 50+) in the United States WASHINGTON, July 21, 2016 — The Global Good Fund, a social enterprise accelerating the leadership development of high potential young social entrepreneurs tackling the world’s ...

Posted by steven on Feb. 17, 2017


Global Good Fund Co-Founder & CEO, Carrie Rich, named EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2016 Social Responsibility Award winner in Mid-Atlantic

2016 marks 30 years of ingenuity in America McLEAN, VIRGINIA, June 16, 2016 – EY today announced that Co-Founder & CEO, Carrie Rich, of The Global Good Fund, a social enterprise accelerating the leadership development of high potential young social entrepreneurs tackling the world’s greatest issues, received the EY Entrepreneur ...

Posted by steven on Feb. 17, 2017


The Global Good Fund Announces Three New Board Members

Michael Sneed, Loretta Penn, and Marc Andersen join The Global Good Fund board WASHINGTON, May 18, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Global Good Fund, a nonprofit organization that accelerates the personal development of high potential young leaders tackling global social issues through entrepreneurship, announces three new members to its prestigious board of ...

Posted by steven on Feb. 17, 2017


EY Announces: The Global Good Fund CEO & Co-Founder, Carrie Rich, 
is named an EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Mid-Atlantic 2016 Finalist

McLean, Va., May 2, 2016 – EY today announced that The Global Good Fund CEO & Co-Founder, Carrie Rich, is a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2016 Award in the Mid-Atlantic program. The awards program, which is celebrating its 30th year, recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and ...

Posted by steven on Feb. 17, 2017


You’ve Got the Golden Ticket!

  Dear Friends, The 5th Annual Global Good Fund Gala will introduce our 2017 Fellowship Class, and celebrate 5-years of creating leaders.     BUY TICKETS   Since 2012, The Global Good Fund has developed social entrepreneurs into impactful global leaders, by providing leadership development coaching and targeted financial capital. The world is not ...

Posted by steven on Feb. 17, 2017


Closing the Gap One Summer at a Time

      Dear Friends, Did you know that every summer students lose as much as 2.5 to 3.5 months of what they learned the year before? Commonly referred to as the “summer slide,” this effect disproportionately affects children living in low-income neighborhoods.   Join us April 2017 at the 5th Annual ...

Posted by steven on Feb. 17, 2017