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Isaac Ezell: HOPE International What If...

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What If…Entrepreneurs Could Change the World? Isaac Ezell (Associate Director of Development at HOPE International) received his BBA in Business from Belmont in 2007. Isaac has been serving entrepreneurs around the world with HOPE International for the last 11 years. HOPE invests in the dreams of families in the world’s underserved communities by providing biblically based training, savings services, and loans that restore dignity and break the cycle of poverty.
In today’s episode we’ll talk about the power of entrepreneurship in developing communities, what redemptive entrepreneurship looks like, and how his time at Belmont equipped him to take on his leadership role at Hope.
SHOUTOUT of the week: Nicole Brandt Minyard (Religion and the Arts ’14) started Daybreak Arts in Nashville, TN. Daybreak Arts is a social enterprise nonprofit that creates artistic and economic opportunities for people experiencing homelessness by providing access to creative resources needed to achieve personal fulfillment and success. Daybreak Arts provides a space and materials for the artist to work as well as a platform to sell their artwork, leading to economic stability. To learn more about the incredible work Nicole is doing in Nashville, visit DaybreakArts.org
What If… is produced by Old Soul. Music by Stephen Gordon.
Learn more about us by visiting our website: belmontetp.com
YouTube: @Belmont Entrepreneurs 
Facebook:BelmontCenterforEntrepreneurship
Instagram: @belmont.etp

What If…Entrepreneurs Could Change the World? Isaac Ezell (Associate Director of Development at HOPE International) received his BBA in Business from Belmont in 2007. Isaac has been serving entrepreneurs around the world with HOPE International for the last 11 years. HOPE invests in the dreams of families in the world’s underserved communities by providing biblically based training, savings services, and loans that restore dignity and break the cycle of poverty.
In today’s episode we’ll talk about the power of entrepreneurship in developing communities, what redemptive entrepreneurship looks like, and how his time at Belmont equipped him to take on his leadership role at Hope.
SHOUTOUT of the week: Nicole Brandt Minyard (Religion and the Arts ’14) started Daybreak Arts in Nashville, TN. Daybreak Arts is a social enterprise nonprofit that creates artistic and economic opportunities for people experiencing homelessness by providing access to creative resources needed to achieve personal fulfillment and success. Daybreak Arts provides a space and materials for the artist to work as well as a platform to sell their artwork, leading to economic stability. To learn more about the incredible work Nicole is doing in Nashville, visit DaybreakArts.org
What If… is produced by Old Soul. Music by Stephen Gordon.
Learn more about us by visiting our website: belmontetp.com
YouTube: @Belmont Entrepreneurs 
Facebook:BelmontCenterforEntrepreneurship
Instagram: @belmont.etp

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