S3: Sheri Lozano of Link2Lift #99
Sheri Lozano of Link2Lift We had some fun jumping over to the west coast to talk with Sheri Lozano of Link2Lift. Sheri discusses her innovative and collaborative idea to use unused spaces for lifting others. For the full transcript click below Websites for Link2Lift Link2Lift website Facebook Palaulinkcenter.org Websites for Sheri Lozano…
S3: Kate Hayes EchoingGreen- Board Health #98
Kate Hayes EchoingGreen- Board Health Back for another conversation this time with a very inspiring woman, Kate Hayes of Echoing Green. Kate discusses her incredibly interesting journey and love for health human interactions and support. She is a current leader in the impact investing and social enterprise development space. For the full transcript…
S3: Genusee #97
Genusee Wow, what a really great episode on a social enterprise called Genusee. Creatively designing eyewear out of recycled single-use plastic water bottles out of Flint, Michigan. Many of you may have heard some tough stories coming out of Flint. Specific to the water crisis over these past few years. You will meet the founders and designers,…
S3: Plum Health DPC with Dr. Paul Thomas #96
Dr. Paul Thomas with Plum Health DPC We’re back with another episode here on social enterprise. We have a doctor on this show who has been making a big impact in Detroit. It is Dr. Paul Thomas of Plum Health Care DPC. He has a dream of changing the notion of health care from a…
S3: PalmEraMia #95
PalmEraMia Thanks for tuning in for this great episode on a social enterprise out of Miami! Our guest is Andres Restrepo, one of the founders of PalmEraMia, which is a fashion design company for athletic wear. Through their product sales, they support clean water efforts in Colombia. We learn why they chose Colombia and how…
S3: Kathleen Kelly Janus – Stanford, Book #93
Kathleen Kelly Janus Back for another episode of the Bonfires of Social Enterprise. Kathleen Kelly Janus is our guest discussing her new book, Social Startup Success, How the Best Nonprofits Launch, Scale Up and Make a Difference. Kathleen is an award-winning social entrepreneur, lawyer, and lecturer at Stanford University, where she teaches social entrepreneurship. And,…
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I work for Hamilton Perkins Collection, and we were able to get the founder, Hamilton Perkins on the show to discuss his ethical bag line made from recycled plastic bottles. It was a great interview, and Hamilton enjoyed it. Love the diverse topics on social enterprise and sustainable business.
Enjoyed listening to while I learned so much about impact of social enterprise in this podcast. Appreciating non-profits and small businesses even more, I will pay more attention where I spend money.
I was fortunate enough to be interviewed for this podcast, but I also great enjoy the rest of the content as you hear from entrepreneurs about the ways they're making a positive impact on the communities around them. Great podcast!