Terri Barreiro is an adjunct instructor teaching Social Entrepreneurship and American Philanthropy at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, U of MN. She is actively engaged as Chair of the recently formed MN Center for Social Impact based in the Twin Cities. She is also a consultant for strategic planning and board development. In addition, she is a Vice President of the Board of the Cargill Foundation (corporate). She recently retired from the founding director of McNeely Center for Entrepreneurship, College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University. She is co-author of, Social Entrepreneurship: the Journey from Issue to Viable Venture and of Educase: Clemens Perk. Terri has over 30 years of experience leading social change efforts as senior staff of United Way, Dayton Hudson Foundation and as a consultant. In her career she has helped eleven social impact focused nonprofits form and thrive.