Senior Interview Editor, Kevin Barsaloux, talks with panelists from the Social Innovation Panel from the Georgetown University Latin American Conference. First is Rodulfo Prieto, co-founder and educations director at Laboratoria – a social enterprise that empowers young women from low-income backgrounds by giving them access to education and work in digital development. He then speaks with Nate Radomski, development specialist at Fe y Algeria – one of the largest and oldest education networks in Latin America and the Caribbean. Nate is currently working on the Friends of Fe y Algeria initiative which seeks to find innovative alliances for the organization. Finally, he talks with Brian MacNair, executive director of World Central Kitchen, an international social enterprise that seeks to find creative solutions to hunger and poverty though local programs promoting health, education, and jobs. All the panelists talk about their organizations and the unique ways in which they approach social entrepreneurship in Latin America.