Olivia Khalili considers herself an “impact professional”. She has surely been exactly that throughout her career, and is now the VP of Global Social Impact and Philanthropy for PagerDuty, a real-time impact response platform. Join Vicki and guest host, Josh Driver, in hearing how PagerDuty is driving the effort of societal benefits through business and … Continue reading Episode 101: Insights on Creating a Community-Centered Workplace Culture with Olivia Khalili
This week is our 100th episode! Can you believe it? To celebrate, Vicki wanted to sit down and have a conversation with our TCIB Team! Get to know the team by hearing what CSR means to them and younger generations, what they think is the biggest issue facing companies today, and more!
Today’s guest is a flower farmer… not a florist, but an actual flower farmer. Amy Beausir is the owner of Molly & Myrtle, an event floral company that creates sustainable, whimsical, original designs that reflect nature. In this fascinating conversation, hear how the sustainability trend is weaving its way into weddings and other events. From … Continue reading Episode 99: Amy Beausir of Molly and Myrtle
Saga Education is a national nonprofit organizations that partners with public school districts to supplement teacher instruction by offering trained tutors to students that are falling behind. Vicki’s daughter, Grace, is one of those educators. Learn more from co-founder AJ Gutierrez about why Saga Education was ranked one of the top five in education worldwide, … Continue reading Episode 98: AJ Gutierrez of Saga Education
Josh Driver, co-founder and CEO of Selflessly — our podcast sponsor — joins the podcast this week as a guest host to talk to Bob Kobek. Bob is the founder and CEO of Customer Count, a feature-rich, cloud based survey solution company. If you’ve ever wondered about being B Corp certified, this is the episode to … Continue reading Episode 97: Bob Kobek of CustomerCount
Vicki’s company, Bohlsen Group, is a customer of Tilson. Listen in as Vicki talks to founder Brent Tilson about how professional employment organizations (PEOs) are helping manage human resources so companies can focus on their core business.
Do you have an idea for a business and you want to know if it is viable? John McDonald founded the first Benefits (B) Corporation venture studio: Next Studios in Indianapolis. Hear how this unique partnership of experienced entrepreneurs helps visionaries shape and craft ideas and move them forward with capital and talent. “By entrepreneurs, … Continue reading Episode 95: John McDonald of Next Studios
More than fifteen years ago, Tammy Renee Butler was one of the managing principals who founded Engaging Solutions, a Midwest-based managing consulting firm. Whether leading the company’s call center and co-managing the firm’s planning and community outreach sector or preaching at the House of God Church, her spirit and spirituality helps drive success for herself and … Continue reading Episode 94: Tammy Butler Robinson of Engaging Solutions LLC
Do you often wonder how your daily activities are contributing to the carbon footprint? Understanding how to measure it is the first step to cleaning up and reducing your impact. Daniel Poynter, Founder of Carbon Neutral Indiana, is striving to offset carbon outputs one household or business at a time. Don’t understand how this works? … Continue reading Episode 93: Daniel Poynter of Carbon Neutral Indiana.
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.
Episode 91: Emily Kennerk, founder of BITCHSTIX talks the impact of social enterprise and how she is redefining the word "bitch."
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.