There are no definitive paths to a career in social impact with Kory McLaughlin, Co-founder of Tenfed

Kory McLaughlin, Co-founder of Tenfed shares his career path and advice on making a positive impact in your career.

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Purpose driven women to watch for in 2019 (get inspired)!

In celebration of International Women’s Day, read these inspiring words from women who are revolutionizing the way we do business.

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Tim Nash, Founder of Good Investing, and his journey to impact

Tim Nash shares his story on how he saw a need to help those make better impactful investing decisions.

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The power of community – an interview with Ryan Collins-Swartz, Social Impact Manager

Ryan Collins-Swartz, Social Impact Manager at Tapestry Community Capital shares his career path and insights on the future of community bonds.

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David OLeary on finding and sticking to values

David O’leary shares his story of how and why he started Kind Wealth, what he’s learned along the way and advice to others looking to get a job with impact.

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Bill Young, of Social Capital Partners, shares his best advice

Bill Young shares the inspiration behind Social Capital Partners, the best advice he ever received, what he hopes for the future and practical advice to anyone looking to make a difference.

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Elisa Birnbaum, Author and Entrepreneur on the power of storytelling

Elisa shares the inspiration for starting her company and writing a book and tells us the most surprising thing she learned along the way.

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Mide Akerewusi, Founder and CEO of AGENTSC on overcoming fear

The Founder and CEO of AGENTSC, a fundraising and social change agency talks about his career path and advice for others looking for meaningful work.

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Mike Gifford of OpenConcept on using the internet as a force for good

The founder of OpenConcept Consulting shares his passion for giving back and building a ‘not-only-for-profit’ business that is an example to us all.

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Tara Milburn of Ethical Swag on doing business on your own terms

The Founder of Ethical Swag, a mission driven business providing sustainable branded products, shares her story and advice for other social entrepreneurs.

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Denise Taschereau of Fairware on sticking to your values

Do you wonder where your office swag comes from? This question and the typical answer (not sustainably sourced), drove Denise Taschereau to create Fairware when she realized how difficult it was to source promotional merchandise that reflected the values of organizations doing meaningful work. Denise is the chief executive officer and cofounder of …

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Jonathan Hera: Impact investing with a gender lens

For those of you who think men can’t be trailblazer’s for women’s issues think again. His passion for women’s issues is deeply personal and has led him to

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Dylan Itzikowitz: From accident victim to accessibility activist

When Dylan Itzikowitz was hit by a car and required the use of a wheelchair, he not only realized how inaccessible our society is, but that the symbol that was meant to represent accessibility didn’t really. Dylan is on a mission to get the Dynamic Symbol of Access – a symbol of a wheelchair …

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From investment banker to social entrepreneur: Meet Tariq Fancy, founder of Rumie, a nonprofit Tech Startup

Prior to starting Rumie, described as the “world’s best social startup” and nonprofit that makes access to free digital education possible, Tariq Fancy appeared to be your typical investment banker. But Tariq is anything but typical. His story, and the story of Rumie, began in Kenya during a childhood visit that ignited his …

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After interviewing more than 100 impact professionals, the best advice they have share these themes

Insights from our interviews could changes how you think about your impact career. Opportunities for having a social impact career are on the rise, but as the number of jobs increase and the sector grows, so does the level of competition. The difference between those who succeed and those who don’t lies in their actions. …

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How a philosophy degree led to a thriving social enterprise: Ryan Turnbull, Founder and President at Eco-Ethonomics

Ryan is the founder and President of Eco-Ethonomics, a consulting firm specializing in applied ethics, social innovation and social impact. Ryan’s background in philosophy has played a major role in his life- everything from the way he thinks to the business he operates. We’re inspired by his focus on creating an ethical economy …

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getting the impact job of dreams

The first step to getting the impact job of your dreams

How to career plan in the impact economy including a practical (and fun) exercise to help you get the impact career of your dreams.

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A Social Entrepreneurship story: Shelley Jones, Owner of dignify

From stay at home mom to social entrepreneur, Shelley Jones is the owner of dignify an online store selling “kantha” blankets- unique quilts, hand stitched in Bangladesh by women who are recovering from or vulnerable to sexual exploitation. Witnessing a better way to do business early in her career, planted the seed that profit …

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Mark Horoszowski. Co-founder and CEO. MovingWorlds.org

We often talk about the benefits of skills based volunteering. Whether it’s a way to add experience to your resume, transition to your next job or just your way of giving back. But sometimes the toughest part is figuring out where and how to use your skills for good. Well, now …

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Andrew Ripley the Co-Founder of PurposeMatch.com

One of the most challenging aspects of searching for a career with purpose it that there is no roadmap. Instead there’s options, trade-offs, decisions and a whole host of different paths to explore. Gone are the days where professionals settled in with a company out of college and then defined their career success …

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