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Nogah Kornberg

Associate Director, Joseph Rotman School of Management

Biography

Nogah Kornberg is the Associate Director of the I-Think Initiative at the Rotman School of Management. Here, she bridges the gap between academic research and practical application to enable creative problem solving in school boards and classrooms around the world. Nogah helps to imagine what could be and provides the support to make it happen. She designs and facilitates learning experiences for educators and leaders to bring the methodologies of Integrative Thinking and Business Design into their practice. Nogah also teaches through Rotman Executive Programs and facilitates with Rotman DesignWorks (our Business Design lab).

Most recently, Nogah collaborated with Roger Martin to create a post-secondary course syllabus on Social Entrepreneurship based on the book Getting Beyond Better. She also led a design project with SAMETRICA to develop an online training course for consultants and social entrepreneurs in social impact measurement. She is a passionate supporter of social entrepreneurship and led the development of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Toronto Hub’s strategy. Nogah received her Bachelor of Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, where she is currently completing her Masters degree. She also holds a Honours Bachelor of Arts from Trent University in History and Indigenous Studies. Prior to Rotman, Nogah was a teacher with the Toronto District School Board and a founder and Executive Director of the Young Social Entrepreneurs of Canada.

Recent Articles

Nogah Kornberg - Joseph Rotman School of Management, December 5, 2016
Just over a year ago, Sally Osberg and Roger Martin asked if I would help them design a post-secondary course syllabus to accompany their book Getting Beyond Better: How Social…