Carrie Rich is the co-founder and CEO of The Global Good Fund, built by and for social entrepreneurs. The Global Good Fund was created in 2012 based on the belief that growing leaders is the best strategy for solving complex, social problems and achieving global good. Rich tested the theory behind The Global Good Fund while working as senior director of vision translation at Inova Health System and teaching as an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown University. There she co-authored “Sustainability for Healthcare Management: A Leadership Imperative,” a Handelsblatt's Top Five Business Book. Rich was named the 2016 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year and was a recipient of the POLITICO Women Who Rule Award. She was named to Washington Business Journal’s “40 under 40” list and Entrepreneur.com Top 30 Startups to Watch. She also was the recipient of the Stevie Award for Women in Business, Asian Social Innovation CEO of the Year, Social Enterprise Alliance 50 under 40, and Empact100. She has been published in media outlets such as Forbes, Entrepreneur, Huffington Post, The Founder Institute, Under30CEO, and Philanthropy News Digest. Rich sits on the boards of Rezon8 Capital, Women in Business, Ibasho, and Halcyon Incubator. She also teaches on the faculty at George Washington University and the Amani Institute in Kenya. She is the mentor-in-residence at George Washington University, where she mentors emerging young social entrepreneurs.