EPISODE 92: Tamara Cypress is challenging the status quo. As a CSR Consultant for Black Onyx Management, Inc., Tamara serves as a powerful agent for change both in her professional life and in her community.
Guest blog by Emily Kennerk of BITCHSTIX. To redefine and neutralize the word "bitch", BITCHSTIX is on a mission to shift cultural norms and personal perspectives.
Episode 91: Emily Kennerk, founder of BITCHSTIX talks the impact of social enterprise and how she is redefining the word "bitch."
Tom Hanely of Nine13sports strives to empower youth and serve the Indianapolis community through the power of the bicycle. Check out Tom's guest blog on how he and his team have shifted gears to continue best serving children and families in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Founder of Nine13sports, Tom Hanley is passionate about empowering the next generation and serving the Indianapolis community in the best way he knows how: using the power of the bicycle.
Guest blog by Allyson Mitchel, executive director of the Indiana Recycling Coalition. Allyson talks the true impact of responsibly reducing, reusing and recycling to better our planet and our economy.
EPISODE 89: Allyson Mitchell, executive director of Indiana Recycling Coalition, joins us this week to discuss her mission of increasing and improving Hoosier's awareness of and access to recycling and sustainability efforts.
Ken Ungar, the go-to guy for all things sponsorship, believes there is great power in integrating sponsorship and corporate social responsibility. Read more about the ways in which CSR can be injected into sponsorship strategy to supercharge the impact of sponsorship.
EPISODE 88: Ken Ungar, president and founder of CHARGE, talks the power of sponsorship and how it can be used as a force for good.
Blog by Vicki Bohlsen, co-host of Taking Care in Business and founder and president of Bohlsen Group, talks the impact of companies balancing purpose and profit through B Corp certification.
A true social impact organization, ProAct Indy connects schools, corporations and nonprofit organizations to empower youth to better serve their communities and cross social, racial and economic boundaries.
CareSource, a health care company, is making strides to help returning citizens thrive and gain self-sufficiency as they reenter society. Through the CareSource Reentry Program, CareSource is able and proud to support the well-being of these vulnerable citizens.