Adjunct Professor of Management
Subject Area(s): Ethics and Social Responsibility, Entrepreneurship
As a student at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management in 1992, Jim Schorr was inspired by the idea and ideals of emerging “triple bottom line” businesses, and went on to help launch Net Impact, an organization that has since become a force in management education and inspired a generation of MBA students at 200+ business schools on six continents to leverage the power of business and their careers to improve the state of the world. He subsequently served for 10 years as a Director and Board Chairman during Net Impact’s growth and global expansion in the 2000s.
BS, University of Tennessee, 1989
MBA, Northwestern University /Kellogg, 1994
Area(s) of Expertise:
Social enterprise & entrepreneurship, corporate responsibility and sustainability, corporate philanthropy