Episode 34: Katie Shultz of Impact Hub Boston

Impact Hub is the world’s largest network focused on building entrepreneurial communities. Katie Shultz, Director of Impact Hub Boston joins us to talk about her passion for helping social entrepreneurs make an impact with their businesses.  With more than 100 locations worldwide, Impact Hub offers community workspaces, start-up support and events to over 15,000 members. ImpactContinue reading “Episode 34: Katie Shultz of Impact Hub Boston”

Episode 33: Steve Sanner of Jiffy Lube

Steve Sanner, the owner of 48 Jiffy Lube stores, focuses on the community through a variety of programs that support local art, local team members and local nonprofits.   When Steve Sanner’s Jiffy Lube store was plagued with graffiti, he decided to use it as an opportunity to engage the community by creating the Every PartContinue reading “Episode 33: Steve Sanner of Jiffy Lube”

Episode 32: Kent Kramer of Goodwill

Goodwill works to remove barriers to healthcare, education and employment that many people face around the country.  Most people know Goodwill as a retail store but they do so much more than that. With over 20 years of experience with the company, Kent Kramer has witnessed first hand the benefits and opportunities that Goodwill providesContinue reading “Episode 32: Kent Kramer of Goodwill”

Episode 31: Deb Leary of Forensic Pathways

  Deb Leary, CEO and founder of Forensic Pathways, believes in the power of social good. Through her involvement with The United Nations Global Compact, she helps small businesses realize their global impact. Deb Leary is the CEO and founder of Forensic Pathways, an international consultancy and forensic technology design company that develops innovative technologiesContinue reading “Episode 31: Deb Leary of Forensic Pathways”

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.

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.

Episode 12: Shama Amalean of THINX

Listen in as we talk to Shama about how THINX’s unique product, unique brand and unique impact is disrupting the $19 billion feminine hygiene industry with its continued expansion.

Episode 11: Kyle DeFur of trueU

As president of trueU, an Indianapolis-based nonprofit organization, Kyle DeFur leads a movement of like-minded businesses that believe the talent war is real and the best way to thrive in this environment is to grow their greatest asset – their people. 

How to find the social enterprises shaping your community

What exactly are social enterprises? A social enterprise forms when entrepreneurs look to solve social problems in addition to customers’ problems. You’ll be surprised to discover how many social enterprises are hiding in plain sight!

Key tips for incorporating CSR into your workplace

No matter if you’re a start-up working out of your partner’s kitchen or part of a large corporation engaging thousands of employees across the globe, these 10 actionable tips apply.