This week, Vicki and Kathy are joined by J.C. Wogomon of Catalyst Insurance.
This week, Vicki and Kathy talk with Stevie Cromer, cultural and enrichment manager at LUNA Language Services.
This week, Vicki and Kathy are joined by Adam Vandoski, founder of Vine Society.
This week, we talk with Mark Agnew, founder of Eyeglasses.com and PiWear.
How can sports leagues impact their surrounding communities? This week, Vicki and Kathy talk with the first African American woman to ever own a male professional sports league in the United States.
Can business save the Earth? Michael Lenox, author and University of Virginia professor, thinks it can. Listen in to this week’s episode to learn why!
Can businesses benefit from hiring people with disabilities? Nancy Geenen, CEO of Flexability, shares how focusing on employment and inclusion can have a positive impact on a business, its employees and the surrounding community.
Can a company that sells carbon-emitting fuels be a leader in the sustainability space? Steven Downey, president of Harmony Fuels, shares how the company is helping consumers reduce their footprints through a first-of-its-kind carbon offsetting program.
How do multinational companies incorporate CSR? Al White, vice president of the Lilly Foundation and CSR advisor to Eli Lilly and Co., shares insight into the company’s approach to CSR and employee relations on this week’s episode!
Can professional service firms become B Corp Certified? Kevin Christopher, principal of Rockridge Venture Law, shares how and why Rockridge became the first Certified B Corp law group in Tennessee on this week’s episode.
Is it actually important for businesses to understand and connect with their communities? The short answer: YES. The better answer: We’ll Rich Harwood of The Harwood Institute take it from here.
How can corporate American help reduce the negative effects of mass incarceration while also increasing profits? Michelle Cirocco shares the answer to that question and more.