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Daniel Ross is Visiting Assistant Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at Hampshire College. Daniel holds a B.A. in Political Science from Oberlin College, and an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management.
His practice and research has focused on the nexus of health, social capital, and economic opportunity found in community-based food systems development. His work has crossed sectors, with leadership roles in both nonprofit and for-profit ventures.
He has been an MIT Sloan Fellow for Innovation and Global Leadership and MIT Legatum Fellow for Development and Entrepreneurship. Ross was recognized as a leading social entrepreneur with a lifetime fellowship from Ashoka – Innovators for the Public Good.
His work has been funded by the USDA, US EPA, WK Kellogg Foundation, Ford Foundation, US Treasury, US Health & Human Services, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Indian government, as well as private investors. He is the Principal and CEO of DAISA Enterprises, LLC, a consulting and business development firm.