Austin Business Journal   |   June 24, 2016
Austin ranks No. 3 in the nation as place to start a social impact business. Washington, D.C., and San Francisco ranked No. 1 and 2 respectively, according to... Read more Baltimore   |   June 17, 2016
The startup behind a platform that helps teachers crowdfund for classroom needs is joining a D.C.-based social entrepreneurship accelerator. Two members of ... Read more
Bustle   |   May 11, 2016
Growing up in the suburbs of Baltimore, Dan Carter and Julian Porto bonded over video games and their mutual love of computers. Years later, Dan works as a... Read more
Street Sense   |   April 20, 2016
The experimental Winter Hyde shelter is being developed as an emergency response to homelessness in cold climates. The shelter is a tent-like structure with... Read more   |   April 11, 2016
Networking is probably the most important thing you can do when you’re looking to find investors, grow interest in your company, or simply further your career... Read more
Cosmopolitan   |   April 1, 2016
When she was just a sophomore at Georgetown University, Ann Yang started a business with her best friend, Phil Wong. They wanted to address the growing problem... Read more
Washington Life   |   March 3, 2016
Chef José Andrés spoke to a packed room at Halcyon House welcoming ten new Halcyon Incubator Fellows. The February 18th event welcomed the newest batch of... Read more
Social Venturers   |   March 1, 2016
I arrived in D.C. on the 9.35 a.m. Amtrak on a hot September morning. My first field visit of the day was Halcyon Incubator. I had only ever experienced D.C.... Read more
The Georgetown Dish   |   February 23, 2016
One D.C.-based startup company wants to build a charger device that will keep electric cars running for days. Another wants to spur everyday consumers to hold... Read more
The Georgetowner   |   February 18, 2016
"I want to be richer than Donald Trump," said chef, entrepreneur and philanthropist José Andrés during the welcoming ceremony Feb. 18 for the Halcyon Incubator... Read more
Venture Capitol   |   February 10, 2016
The historic Halcyon House, located in the heart of Georgetown, is home to S&R Foundation’s latest program supporting innovative ideas that enable... Read more
White House Correspondents Insider   |   January 20, 2016
White House Correspondents’ Insider got a chance to speak with Kate Glantz, founder and CEO of, a company that allows engaged couples to help fund... Read more
Washington Post   |   January 8, 2016
Who: Diana Sierra, 35, an industrial designer. What: EmpowerPanties Where: Brooklyn. (The company got much of its start at the Halcyon Incubator in Georgetown... Read more
DC Inno   |   December 30, 2015
The D.C. area is home to a number of great startup accelerators that can really make a difference for young companies. The right program can provide the... Read more
DC Inno   |   December 3, 2015
When D.C. startup founder Kate Glantz entered the Halycon Incubator in the Fall, she brought grand aspirations for developing her social good business.... Read more DC   |   December 2, 2015
Up until last spring, 22-year-old founder Daniel Yu had raised over $750,000 for his startup, Reliefwatch, which helps medical organizations in developing... Read more