JFSA’s 13th Annual Innovators Lunch Tuesday May 2, 2017
11.15 registration | 12.00 p.m. lunch event | Tickets $200 (tax receipt for donation portion issued post event)
About this event
For over 12 years, JFSA’s Innovators Lunch has been bringing together over 600 attendees from the general and Jewish community for a memorable luncheon: an opportunity to be inspired by a world-renowned business speaker, connect and network with local business and community leaders, while raising essential funds to provide the resources necessary for JFSA to deliver programs and services that enhance the life of individuals and families in our community.
Founder and former Chief Marketing Officer of KIVA
KIVA lets users lend as little as $25 to poor entrepreneurs around the world, providing affordable capital for them to start or expand microenterprises. Since its founding in 2005, KIVA has loaned over $500 million from lenders to entrepreneurs across 206 countries. For all its success, KIVA remains focused on a simple mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty, one person at a time.
Jackley first saw the power and dignity of microfinance while working in East Africa with a microenterprise non-profit. Convinced that social change happens across all sectors, Jackley has worked in public, nonprofit, and private organizations including the Stanford Center for Social Innovation, Amazon.com, Potentia Media and many others.
Jackley is the recipient of the 2012 Symons Innovator Award, which recognizes the importance of women’s participation in technology innovation and business.