Rural on Purpose – E2xchange

What does Social Responsibility mean to Rural Communities? And who is responsible?

Andrew Greer is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Purppl, a social enterprise accelerator which specializes in building sustainable revenue models and sustainable social impact models. Andrew is a cofounder of Liime, a regional impact investment fund in the Interior of British Columbia. In the past, Andrew was the program Manager at Accelerate Okanagan. He’s a Director at Big Brothers and Sisters and the Collective Impact Foundation.

A Bay of Quinte and Canadian Top 30 Under 30, Emilie Leneveu is a director on the Quinte Regional Science and Technology Fair Board, a member of the Centre for Workforce Development Board and a youth advisor on the education sectoral committee of CCUNESCO. She is a mental health advocate and speaker through In 2018, she graduated as an advanced biotechnologist. She is currently seeking a provincial party nomination.

Join us at our Rural Networking Event, E2XCHANGE. Introduce yourself to Emilie and Andrew and a host of other rural leaders and change-makers. Emilie and Andrew will make up half of our final panel at E2XCHANGE. YOU decide the other half on Sept. 23rd.

E2xchange Event - Rural on Purpose - Purppl Andrew Greer