Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal, the first regional web-based journal focusing on social innovation and social entrepreneurs. The journal provides a forum for the Greater Philadelphia region’s top social innovators—those who have demonstrated an exceptional capacity to recognize social problems and apply entrepreneurial principles to organize, create and manage high-impact social change locally, regionally and beyond. Tine Hansen-Turton, PHMC’s vice president of Health Care Access and Policy, is co-founder of the journal along with Nicholas Torres, president of Congreso, a nationally recognized, community-based nonprofit organization servicing Philadelphia’s Latino community. Hansen-Turton also serves as executive director of PHMC affiliate National Nursing Centers Consortium. Inspired by Stanford Social Innovation Review, also a sponsor of the journal, Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal pioneers a new avenue, bringing attention to the current and ongoing innovative work in the Greater Philadelphia nonprofit and social sector business community with respect to health care access, human capital, education and workforce development, and violence prevention.

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