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Describes the emergence of a successful female intrapreneur, the turn-around of a foundation, the establishment of an innovative business model as well as the excesses of a successful leader and the difficulties in finding a successor to this emblematic figure. 'Handicap is not a gap' is an example of the successful transition of a not-for-profit foundation to a mixed business model combining revenues from placements, donations and grants. Issues highlighted in the case for discussion include: What are the differentiating factors that identify a social intrapreneur? How to manage the succession in a social venture, both for the venture and the current leader? What are the business models of social ventures? What are the key problems faced by social ventures? How to deal with a leader getting results but also whose qualities are leading to painful excesses?