Author: Kristen Yngve

Kristen Yngve
Contributing Writer
Kristen Yngve
Kristen Yngve (pronounced ing-vee) is the communications director at The Lewis Institute at Babson College. She develops content to help The Lewis Institute inspire action around creating social innovation, increase understanding of the UN Global Goals, and activate the Babson community to become changemakers. Prior to Babson, she ran her own branding and content strategy business, working with the “small, smart, and mighty.” Her logo designs have been published in the international LogoLounge books. Kristen, a Phi Beta Kappa scholar, earned her undergraduate degree in studio art and English from Muhlenberg College.
Andrew Zimmern’s Advice for Young Entrepreneurs
Andrew Zimmern’s Advice for Young Entrepreneurs » During the eighth annual Babson Food Day, Andrew Zimmern sat round a table with Babson students to share his story and his advice for aspiring food entrepreneurs.
Research Finds ROI for Businesses Working to Improve Community Health and Well-being
Research Finds ROI for Businesses Working to Improve Community Health and Well-being » A new report identifies a strong business case and untapped opportunities for the private sector to address community health more proactively. This 18-month project was supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and led by a partnership between Babson College’s Lewis Institute for Social Innovation and IO Sustainability.