By Grey Lee
The facility will be more convenient to more volunteers and visitors – located close to all T lines and a short walk from many of our sponsors' and members' offices. We are also now much closer to Boston City Hall and the State House, which will hopefully enable more advocacy work.
We are now officially part of the curated office space network of the CIC (formerly Cambridge Innovation Center) and the building is being renovated for another type of “Venture Cafe” networking venue. This is a big weekly gathering in Kendall Square, Cambridge currently and we hope to participate with the innovation community through CIC Boston.
If you have an upcoming meeting at “our offices” – they will now be at 50 Milk Street in comparable space. We will be updating the calendar entries but please know that we will have no further activities at our former location at 281 Summer Street.
Also at CIC Boston is the Impact Hub Boston for social enterprises working to solve social problems through business-based models. I like to think LEED is one major way to use business to address social & environmental problems, meaning that we are indeed a social enterprise.
I hope you will stop by for an upcoming meeting. Wait, did I hear someone say “Open House?!”
See you soon,