Andrew Wolk is the founder and CEO of Root Cause. He has consulted to dozens of organizations in all sectors, including Open Society Foundations, uAspire (formerly known as ACCESS), Center for Urban Families, Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance, and State Street Foundation. Andrew designed and taught one of the first courses on social entrepreneurship in the country at Boston University in 1999. He currently holds appointments in social entrepreneurship and innovation at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and MIT Sloan School of Management. Andrew is the author of a number of books and reports, including: Business Planning for Enduring Social Impact; Building a Performance Measurement System; “Social Impact Markets,” an article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review; "Social Entrepreneurship and Government," a chapter in the SBA's annual report to the president of the United States; “Advancing Social Entrepreneurship: Recommendations for Policy Makers and Government Agencies,” a white paper co-published with the Aspen Institute; “Government and Social Innovation: Current State and Local Models,” in MIT’s Innovations journal.