Keeva Kase, Executive Director
A veteran child advocate, community organizer, and small business owner, Keeva leads Bull City Forward’s vision of a world in which our toughest challenges are solved through social entrepreneurship. Keeva envisions Durham and the Triangle region as a global thought leader for innovative and profitable solutions to climate change, food and water access, unemployment, and health issues, among others.
Keeva has directed numerous community investment initiatives and championed education and child welfare reform efforts. He holds a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, owns a small truffiere, and serves as a director with Odell Education.
Roshen Sethna, Associate Director
Roshen is an entrepreneur and community leader with experience in strategy and operations for early-stage ventures. She is passionate about using business, technology, and design to make a materially positive impact on the world. Her experience spans everything from working on water purification technology and solar-powered bikes to studying private military companies to founding a chapter of Nourish International, a social venture focused on international development. Roshen was born in India, grew up mostly in Durham, and has a degree from Duke in Public Policy and Global Health. You can find her downing a donut at Monuts or just follow her @roshensethna.
Nanda Chalam, Innovations Adviser
Nanda brings eight years of legal services, general management and start-up experience to his role as Innovations Adviser. His expertise includes the provision of intellectual property protection to new media content companies and scaling online social networks. Nanda has also devoted time to research efforts exploring alternate treatment methods for neuromuscular and developmental disorders. His current areas of interest include the legal implications of 3D printing and the application of mobile technology to serve people at the base of the pyramid. Nanda holds a degree in Law and Business from the University of Warwick, U.K., and is based in Chapel Hill.
MHAworks Hosts 3rd Annual Creative Food Drive in Durham
4 Oct 2013
Meet the Inaugural Class of Forward Fellows
27 Sep 2013
On October 1, Bull City Forward welcomes its inaugural class of Forward Fellows – a [...]
Tranformative Action Institute Summits in the Triangle
20 Sep 2013
Raleigh, N.C.– The Transformative Action Institute (TAI) will host the Summit for Transformative Education this [...]
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What's your big idea to end childhood hunger in the Triangle?
"Simply put, social entrepreneurs are entrepreneurs whose 'business' (or mission) is to achieve social impact." @nashcase
100K kids in the Triangle are hungry. Look out for the launch of our next innovation challenge on May 1st. $50K for the big idea. #NC
African-Americans in Durham are approx. 300% more likely to be arrested for misdemeanor pot possession than whites. durhamnc.gov/ich/cb/nis/Doc…
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