Adlai Wertman is a professor of clinical entrepreneurship at the USC Marshall School of Business and holds a joint appointment at the Rossier School of Education. He is also the founding director of the Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab at Marshall —a center focused on educating and supporting USC students, faculty, staff, and community members on using business models to address global social, environmental and health challenges. Prior to joining USC, Professor Wertman spent eight years as CEO of Chrysalis – a Los Angeles homeless agency, and 18 years as a senior investment banker. Read more.
Expertise: social entrepreneurship; double and triple bottom line companies; business engagement for social change; nonprofit management; homelessness; poverty reduction