Responsible leaders lead by choice, not by chance. The Darden School shapes entrepreneurial and responsible global leaders who, in turn, shape the world. From Brooklyn to Bogota, members of the Darden community are making a positive impact on the planet. Here are just a few examples: In the Commonwealth of Virginia Darden and the i.Lab at UVA are key cogs in a thriving local entrepreneurial ecosystem that led Entrepreneur magazine to name Charlottesville, Virginia, No. 4 on its list of the 50 best cities for entrepreneurs. Darden’s Institute for Business in Society each year celebrates the Tayloe Murphy Resilience Awards to support entrepreneurs who are making a difference in communities of the Commonwealth. In the Nation The Darden/Curry Partnership for Leaders in Education turns around underperforming schools in the United States. Darden’s Batten Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation nurtures startups in its business incubator and, through its research, examines how entrepreneurship can generate jobs. In the World Save the Children CEO Carolyn Miles (MBA ’88) helps children in need and provides them with hope for a better life. Jean-Marie Menga (Class of 2016) is developing infrastructure in Cameroon, including bringing school buses to his hometown so children don't have to walk miles to school. Neofect founder Hoyoung Ban (MBA' 11) developed a high tech stroke rehabilitation glove through his South Korean startup after witnessing family members suffer from strokes. Karen Yelick (MBA '81) is CEO of Indego Africa, a nonprofit that partners with Rwandan women artisans to sell their handmade products in the United States. Darden's Center for Global Initiatives increases the visibility and influence of Darden around the world with globally focused academic and student life programming.