Guillermo D. Selva of INCAE Business School in Nicaragua speaks on his school and partnership opportunities in the Social Enterprise space. PHOTO: J. Michael Moore

Guillermo D. Selva of INCAE Business School in Nicaragua spoke recently to leaders of Social Enterprise @ Goizueta and faculty from Wake Forest University about ways to extend education opportunities in Central America.

The purpose of this gathering — the first Nicaragua Summit — hosted by Goizueta was to convene those  trying to have a social impact on communities in Nicaragua and to see if Goizueta’s impact can grow through learning partnerships.

“We hope we can collaborate more,” said Selva, a senior lecturer in operations management. “Any type of work you want to do in Nicaragua, we are there.”

Selva discussed opportunities for INCAE to help with logistics and housing as well as joint projects.

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