LeadGenius Researcher Builds Borehole Well In Kenya To Provide 500 Families In Her Community With Safe Drinking Water
This past year, Nabila Hassan used her earnings as a LeadGenius researcher to build a borehole well in her home village of Bomani, Kenya that provides more than 500 families with safe drinking water.
I am often asked whether the mission of a social enterprise can really survive growth. Is the ideal of a true social enterprise realistic?My answers is an emphatic “yes”.
Prayag Narula on Inclusive Innovators and the Future of Work at the MIT ICC Digital Economy Conference
At the MIT ICC Digital Economy Conference in SF, Prayag Narula, CEO of LeadGenius, talks about what it means to be an inclusive innovator in digital work.
Today at the O'Reilly Media Next:Economy summit, the National Domestic Workers Alliance named LeadGenius as one of the first 12 supporting companies innovating new technology and operationalizing business practices that are setting the standard for good work in the booming online economy.