Episodes

Emily built the company Lilac Pack from the ground up – a true “moms helping moms” company, providing care packages … Read more


In this episode we dive deep into investment insight, on how to save for your future. The People Helping People … Read more


In this episode, Jason Moore, founder, and principal of Fulcrum Creatives, explains what a Certified B Corporation is, how companies can qualify and what it means for not only businesses but communities.


SEA Change—The Social Enterprise Accelerator—is an organization that supports social entrepreneurs by helping them develop a sustainable business model, access funding and solidify their meaningful impact. In this episode, we talk with Lauren Edwards, director of SEA Change and owner of Next Step Business Consulting.


Eleventh Candle Co is a social enterprise that seeks to redeem, restore, empower and equip those vulnerable to human trafficking, abuse, exploitation, and addiction. It is a way to employ women and empower them through work.


Zero Waste started as an effort with the Nelsonville Music Festival, to transform how they manage waste at their festival. Thier goal? Zero Waste.


Columbus Gives Back is a non-profit which provides social volunteer and philanthropic opportunities throughout central Ohio. Listen to them on our latest podcast!


I know we’ve been digging into some serious podcasts around trafficking, but this podcast is about a different kind of traffic: transportation.


She Has a Name Cleaning is a cleaning company with a purpose — not only do they provide quality cleaning services; they employ people who have been affected by trafficking, domestic violence, and other vulnerable populations and work to raise awareness about these issues.


In this podcast, we dive deeper into human trafficking in a conversation with April Thacker, the caseworker at Freedom a la Cart, to hear her story as a survivor of human trafficking