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31 minutes | Feb 11, 2020
Patagonia: Matt Heinly
Holding on to hourly retail talent is hard, but not for Matt Heinly. As Nashville Store Manager for Patagonia, and a lifelong enthusiast for outdoor recreation and conservation, Matt connects his team to the company's larger mission and built a store culture that's doing more than just making sales.
27 minutes | Jan 29, 2020
Fathom PBC: JoAdel
Only one word can describe JoAdel's journey to create Fathom PBC--VISION. After seeing how the world could be, literally, he began creating a business to invest in youth-led innovation through entrepreneurism and activism in order to explore new paradigms of possibilities for societal change.
23 minutes | Jan 14, 2020
Firepot Nomadic Teas: Sarah Scarborough
Wandering farmer Sarah Scarborough wanted better for her tea--she wanted the leaves to be rich, the blends to be flavorful, and the labor to be ethical. So she started her own company, Firepot Nomadic Teas, to create a transparent fair-trade supply chain and connect her customers in the US with the tea growers across the world to improve the lives of both.
27 minutes | Dec 31, 2019
Cumberland Kayak & The Bailey Company: Ryan Bailey
As a Nashville native Ryan Bailey grew up with a love of the city and its natural landscapes, which is why he started Cumberland Kayak, an urban adventure company creating sustainable attractions and donating 2% of sales to local environmental nonprofits. He then set his sights on moving his family forklift business, The Bailey Company, toward zero-waste and lowering the construction industry's carbon footprint.
34 minutes | Dec 17, 2019
Soles4Souls: Buddy Teaster
When Buddy Teaster became CEO in October 2012, Soles4Souls, Inc. was in a tail-spin. Public perception of the organization damaged by financial mismanagement and funders were bailing. With profound transparency and strategic positioning of the mission, Soles4Souls came back from the brink of collapse and became the nation's largest apparel social enterprise.
1 minutes | Nov 26, 2019
Doing Good Trailer
From cityCURRENT media, the network behind the ChangeMakers podcast, is Doing Good, a show about social enterprises, impact investors, conscious startups, and global corporations making a profit while making a difference in their communities. Every other week on Doing Good, Joslyn Hebda interviews the pioneers behind some of the most innovative and successful CSR initiatives across the business world to inspire listeners grow their organization through giving and learn what it means to be a good business. The first episode airs on December 17, 2019. Subscribe now!
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