Paul English on the Intersection of Business and Philanthropy

Speaker Series presented by the Emerging Leaders Board | Sponsored by Bruce Crohn, LLC

March 22nd | 6:30PM | Hatch Fenway | 401 Park Drive, Boston MA 02215

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program Emerging Leaders Board hosted its inaugural Speaker Series event featuring Boston-based entrepreneur and social activist Paul English. English spoke On the Intersection of Business and Philanthropy. We hope you enjoyed joining us at Hatch Fenway on Wednesday, March 22nd at 6:30 pm.

English is a co-founder of Summits Education, a school system with 10,000 students in Haiti's central plateau. He is also a co-founder of Lola, Kayak, GetHuman and the Winter Walk.

The Speaker Series is an initiative of the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program Emerging Leaders Board. The Speaker Series brings together civic-minded young professionals in the Greater Boston Area through open-dialogue and conversation with leaders in the healthcare, government and business sectors. Although the topics will vary, speakers will highlight how these areas intersect with philanthropy to shape the City of Boston.

Thank you to our generous sponsors: Bruce Crohn, LLC, Hatch Fenway and Cambridge Brewing Company. This event is free, although space is limited. Please register online. 


For questions about the Speaker Series please contact Catherine Minahan at