RedeSIGn Committee is an initiative that redesigns the way we think about business for Socially, Impactful Good. We are a group of students with interdisciplinary interests, and we work at the intersection between business and social responsibility -- whether that be through impact investing, social innovation and entrepreneurship, venture capital, etc. The committee plans events centered around the following three main topics: corporate social responsibility and sustainable innovation, external durham outreach, and concept discussions.


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Danielle Smith

T'22, Neuroscience, Economics minor


"I am extremely passionate about corporate social responsibility, and therefore feel that instilling the importance of social impact across business in fellow BOW members has the potential to be quite powerful. Because of this, I am grateful to be a part of the RedeSIGn committee. I am looking forward to working together throughout the year to hold relevant and captivating events to further this goal."

-Alexi Brain, '22

"Even though I have only been a member of BOW for a few short months, I have felt tremendous support in further exploring my interests through a variety of presentations and discussions given by upperclassmen. "

-Delucia Lepore, '23

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Alexi Braun

T'22, Psychology, Economics minor, Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PPE) Certificate


Christina Lee

T'23, Economics, Sustainability Certificate

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Delucia Lepore

P'23, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science minor, Innovation & Entrepreneurship certificate

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Ava LeWinter

T'22, Computer Science, Economics minor, Politics, Philosophy, and Economics Certificate

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Annie Wang

T'22, Public Policy, Economics and Education minor

Sarah Xu

T'22, Economics, Computer Science minor

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