Please join us for the 10th Anniversary of One Hen with this special celebration honoring the five One Hen co-founders: Katie Smith Milway, Amma Sefa-Dedeh Lartey, Monique Muri, Karen Schultz, and Sree Balamurugesh. Amma will also be joining us as our keynote speaker.

Our Hatch the Future event is an opportunity for our young entrepreneurs to showcase their business plans and sell their products to guests in the room. Celebrate the success of our inspiring students and hear first hand about their chosen businesses and how they plan on supporting the charity of their choice.

DATE & TIME

Wednesday, May 8th 2019, 6PM – 8:00PM

LOCATION

District Hall Innovation Center

75 Northern Ave, Boston

TICKETS

$100 / ticket: Early Bird price until April 8, 2019

$125 / ticket: After April 8th, 2019

$1,000 for a Team of Ten tickets

(click here to purchase tickets)

 

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Please view Hatch The Future Sponsorship Opportunities here

 

Questions? Please contact Dwayne Simmons, One Hen Director, at dwayne@bostonscores.org | (617) 553-4699

Meet Amma Sefa-Dedeh

2019 Special Guests:

AMMA SEFA-DEDEH LARTEY (Keynote)

Amma Sefa-Dedeh Lartey is a social entrepreneur and has a passion for children’s rights.  She graduated with a BA from the University of Ghana and holds an MBA from Babson College. Ms. Amma Sefa-Dedeh Lartey is also one of the Co-founder’s and first Executive Director for One Hen. She currently leads the Africa region of Reach for Change, a venture philanthropist which runs accelerators, incubators and hubs for social entrepreneurs in key growth markets including Ghana, Tanzania, Rwanda, Democratic Republican of the Congo, Chad, Senegal and Ethiopia. Reach for Change identifies and invests in social entrepreneurs who have the highest potential to improve the world for children, women and youth.

LEONARD SCHLESINGER

Len Schlesinger will be introducing our keynote, Amma Sefa-Dedeh Lartey, an MBA student and mentee during his tenure as president of Babson College. Today Dr. Schlesinger is the Baker Foundation Professor at Harvard Business School.

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