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Stacy Stine Cary is a Dallas-based real estate investor and philanthropist. Stacy Cary maintains affiliation with Dallas Social Venture Partners (DSVP), an organization of community leaders who work to connect philanthropists, assist nonprofits, and further social change in North Texas.
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  • 1. Stacy Cary
  • 2. Introduction  Stacy Stine Cary is a Dallas-based real estate investor and philanthropist. Stacy Cary maintains affiliation with Dallas Social Venture Partners (DSVP), an organization of community leaders who work to connect philanthropists, assist nonprofits, and further social change in North Texas. In addition to its work in funding nonprofits and connecting philanthropists with fitting causes, DSVP hosts luncheons and seminars to educate its members. Recently, DSVP hosted a Social Innovation Luncheon featuring Param Jaggi, a Texas native and an entrepreneur who has twice appeared on Forbes’ 30 under 30.
  • 3. Dallas Social Venture  Catherine Cuellar, the director of Entrepreneurs of North Texas, moderated the luncheon, whose title was Millennial Maturity: Exploring the Future of Business and Social Impact. Topics discussed included technology, social impact, and entrepreneurship. Future events offered by DSVP will take place in August and September. On August 31, 2016, Dr. Fred Cerise and David Krause will take the stage, and on September 28, 2016, authors Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt will be present. Tickets may be purchased in advance from DSVP.
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