Episode 71: Al White of Eli Lilly and Company

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!

Episode 70: Kevin Christopher of Rockridge Venture Law

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.

Episode 69: Rich Harwood of The Harwood Institute

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.

Episode 67: Jillian Ashton of Indiana Canine Assistant Network

Jillian Ashton and ICAN are taking the saying "man's best friend" to the next level. Listen in to this week’s episode to find out how ICAN is using service dogs to connect two groups in need: those living with disabilities and incarcerated adults.

Episode 66: Ali Cudby of Your Iconic Brand

Ali Cudby’s journey to becoming a customer retention expert started with a transformational bra fitting and ended with her becoming CEO of Your Iconic Brand. Join Vicki and Kathy this week as they find out what all happened in between, and how to grow loyalty for your business both internally and externally.

Episode 65: Ashley Haynes of Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. and Carole Puls of Roche

From the outside, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, a local nonprofit, and Roche, a multinational healthcare company, seem like polar opposites. Listen in to this week’s episode to find out how their decade-long partnership perfectly demonstrates the impact a well-designed CSR program can have.

Episode 64: John Pilmer of PilmerPR

John Pilmer, APR, of PilmerPR, played an integral role in passing legislation that expanded Utah's benefit designation to include LLCs. Join Vicki and Kathy this week to hear more about John's inspiring story and passion for CSR.

Episode 63: Patricia Glaser Shea of Givful

Patricia Glaser Shea spent 17 years in corporate America and 17 more in nonprofit leadership. Now, she's ending her career as an entrepreneur that serves both sectors through her new high-tech service startup, Givful. Listen in to join Vicki and Kathy as they find out why.

Episode 62: Sarah Robinson of Fresh Concepts

Two-thirds of American workers are not engaged at work - which is a serious problem for business because, according to a study by Gallup, there is a strong relationship between employee engagement and overall company performance

Episode 60: Ann Merkel of The National Bank of Indianapolis

“We want to make sure our nonprofit clients can put the majority of their resources into delivering on their mission." In 1993, Ann Merkel and a group of her colleagues noticed that many of Indianapolis’ banks were being acquired by large holding companies that moved their headquarters out of state. Agreeing that their community deserved … Continue reading Episode 60: Ann Merkel of The National Bank of Indianapolis