Chris Rabb is a writer, consultant and speaker on the intersection of entrepreneurship, media, civic engagement and social identity. He is an adjunct professor at Temple University where he teaches social entrepreneurship and organizational innovation.
Chris is the author of the groundbreaking book, Invisible Capital: How Unseen Forces Shape Entrepreneurial Opportunity, which explores the landscape of modern U.S. business in the context of social inequality and how democratizing entrepreneurial opportunity can profit not just individual business owners, but local communities and society at large as well.
A Knight Foundation BMe Leadership Award recipient, Chris has received funding to develop workshops and webinars to expand entrepreneurial literacy and capacity to individuals and groups working in low financial wealth communities including Philadelphia, Detroit, and Baltimore in furtherance of social enterprise development that protects and grows community wealth.
A native of Chicago and involved resident of the Mt. Airy community in Philadelphia, Chris is also a serial entrepreneur, avid genealogist and active father of two young sons.