About Us

SE Delphi (Social Entrepreneur Delphi) is an online reference center for all-things related to Social Entrepreneurship.  Like the Greek city of Delphi nearly 3,000 years ago, this is where one seeking knowledge can find direction and guidance.  Whether you’re an industry veteran or just beginning to learn about social entrepreneurship, we hope you’ll find useful resources within these pages.

Clint Lunde was bit by the social entrepreneurial bug in 2009, when he left Microsoft to launch a non-profit organization (SkiDUCK) to share his passion for skiing and the mountains with disadvantaged and disabled children.  He coined the term “Passion Squared” to describe the exponential energy and drive social entrepreneurs possess when they combine their personal passion(s) with their innate compassion.  His greatest desire is to inspire others to identify and pursue their own passions for creating social good, which led to the idea for creating SEDelphi as a free online resource center for the growing Social Entrepreneurial community.  Clint spent several years in management roles with companies such as Microsoft and Blue Cross Blue Shield.  He holds a BS in Business Administration from North Dakota State University and an MBA from the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management.


Pete Parker has spent his entire career in the social enterprise/non-profit sector.  For over two decades, Pete has helped community organizations raise nearly $30,000,000 to meet capital, endowment and operational goals, and has impacted hundreds of charitable organizations by providing board development, public awareness, and fundraising solutions.  Pete’s philosophy is that success is achieved through building long-lasting relationships.  A graduate of the University of Arizona, Pete has won numerous awards and recognition, including Nevada’s Governor’s award and Most Influential Community Leaders Award.


Sean Boyd is the founder and President of Go Big CPA and has consulted with hundreds of non-profit and for-profit companies and individuals for start-up and ongoing operational financing.  He greatly values the unique role that financing of social ventures can have in creating sustainable business models for social good.  Sean’s other professional certifications include Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA), a unique combination held by less than one percent of all accountants within the United States.  He holds a BS in Finance and Accounting from George Mason University, School of Management.


Heidi Drivdahl is a corporate and securities attorney at Summit Law Group in Seattle. She has extensive experience in public and private securities offerings and mergers and acquisitions, and regularly represents companies in all stages of development in the medical device, biotechnology, software, e-commerce, security and other high-technology industries.  Heidi has a front row seat to the burgeoning social entrepreneurship movement in Seattle, and consults with social change-makers to navigate the unfamiliar waters of securities law.  She is a former Chair and President of the MIT Enterprise Forum of the Northwest, and was appointed by the Governor to the Washington State Securities Advisory Committee.  Heidi holds a BA in Political Science from Western Washington University, and a J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law.


Holly Johnson is founder and president of Lanterna Consulting, a Minneapolis based management consulting firm specializing in strategic leadership and organizational effectiveness and design.  She has consulted across a broad range of public, private and non-profit entities, often facilitating and guiding social entrepreneurs with the strategic development of their organizations.  Holly holds an MBA from Duke University Fuqua School of Business, which is home to one of the nation’s most established Social Entrepreneurship programs.

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