The Kairos Society is an international, student-run, not-for-profit foundation based in the United States.
Founded by Ankur Jain in 2008, the Kairos Society has become the premier society of
entrepreneurial college students at 18 of the nation’s top universities.
Bringing together top students from around the world in an effort to foster the next generation of leaders to
develop globally impactful innovations, the Kairos Society exists to connect young people as they pursue their
entrepreneurial goals and to spark initiatives that create global, lasting, and game-changing impact through
cooperation, collaboration, and action.
Ankur Jain and other Kairos Fellows work alongside one another and with the guidance of the foremost leaders
in various industries to address the most pressing conflicts of our times by means of entrepreneurship,
diplomacy, and innovation.
On a most fundamental level, all Kairos Fellows believe that through the sharing of ideas and collaboration
with their peers they will be able to turn their visions into solutions.
Kairos Summit 2010, Intelius Entrepreneurship Winners.
Naveen Jain talks about the support of Kairos Society.
The Kairos Global Summit 2011, taking place February 25th-26th in NYC, is bringing together 350 of the most
innovative and entrepreneurial students from the United States, China, India, and Europe to meet 150 of the
world’s most influential and globally impactful leaders. Over the course of two days, these current and
future world leaders will gather at the United Nations and New York Stock Exchange to explore humanity’s
most pressing challenges, develop sustainable and entrepreneurial solutions to these problems, and unveil 50
of the most innovative student startups that are working to change the world.
The Kairos Society
- Do Well by Doing Good.