Episode 25: Dr. Margie Crooks and Fred Yeakey of Providence Cristo Rey High School

At Providence Cristo Rey High School, through a college and career preparatory curriculum and the integration of work experience in a professional setting, motivated students strive to reach their highest potential and become faith-filled, socially responsible women and men who will take the lead in creating a more just society.

Episode 24: Marsha Putt and Brooke Bell of Tom Wood Lexus

Launched in May 2016, Tom Wood's Lexus Plus Program offers greater transparency to customers and allows the car buying process to be less stressful and more enjoyable, placing an emphasis on customer satisfaction throughout the entire car-buying process.

Cynthia Pizzaro CSpring Consulting

Episode 23: Cynthia Pizarro of CSpring Consulting

Cynthia Pizarro, President of CSpring, is determined to use Corporate Responsibility to place emphasis on the company's core values. In her role, Cynthia is responsible for aligning CSpring’s goals and business operations with the firm’s vision and growth strategy. In addition to business strategy, Cynthia is actively involved in managing key accounts and community development initiatives inside and outside of CSpring. 

Vicki Bohlsen of Bohlsen Group and Taking Care In Business

Episode 22: Vicki Bohlsen of Bohlsen Group

Vicki Bohlsen is the founder and president of Bohlsen Group, an Indianapolis-based communications firm. Bohlsen Group executes “unified marketing for good” for clients across the country that share their values and mission, creating and implementing marketing and publicity applications for corporations, nonprofit organizations, entertainer, and events.

Kathy Pedrotti Hays

Episode 20: Kathy Pedrotti Hays of Best Boy & Company

Through her acquisition of Best Boy and Company, Kathy is finally able to combine her love of food with her passion for charitable giving and working with socially responsible companies that benefit their local communities. Join in as Kathy talks about the circuitous route of this new career challenge.

Kimbal Musk

Episode 21: Kimbal Musk of Big Green

Tune in to hear how Kimbal transitioned from successful tech sector investor and founder with brother Elon Musk to becoming an award-winning social entrepreneur who is promoting the real food movement. 

Ryan Cheli Community Health Network Foundation

Episode 19: Ryan Chelli of Community Health Network

Ryan Chelli joins Taking Care In Business to talk about the mission-driven initiatives sustained by Community Health Network, including a robust volunteer program created to support the Foundation's mission by creating volunteer opportunities to give back to local neighborhoods.

Beam Headshot Viveka Hulyalkar

Episode 18: Viveka Hulyalkar of Beam Impact

Wouldn’t it be great if you could turn every retail visit into an opportunity for social good? Well, two women are on a mission to make this the case with a new app: Beam – Impact, an iOS app available for free download in the App Store. 

Just Pop In

Episode 17: Mandy Selke and Carly Swift of Just Pop In!

Mandy Selke & Carly Swift of Just Pop In! exude joy in all of their interactions. The sisters are passionate about their growing product line, one-of-a-kind packaging, and over-the-top customer service. However, their biggest passion is by far the happiness and compassion of people.

Kim Graham Lee of Conscious Capitalism

Episode 16: Kim Graham Lee of Conscious Capitalism

Conscious Capitalism believes that free enterprise capitalism is the most powerful economic system for social cooperation and human progress ever conceived – when practiced consciously.

Jeff Brown of Newmans Own Foundation

Episode 15: Jeff Brown of Newman’s Own Foundation

Newman’s Own Foundation is a qualified 501(c)3 charitable organization founded by Paul Newman in 2005 to assure the continuation of his commitment to use 100% of the net profits and royalties from the sale of Newman’s Own food and beverage products for charitable purposes.