Best Socialentrepreneurship podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Hatch The Future
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The Hatch the Future podcast is at the forefront of social innovation. Explore world-changing ideas and the people acting on them - from food to finance, identity to innovation and everything in between, hosts Simon Love, Amy Pearl, and guests dig into what’s positively disruptive.
 
Interviewing the leaders in Impact Investing and Social and Environmental Entrepreneurship to help build and strengthen communities by sharing the best practices and inspiring stories of these amazing problem solvers.
 
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More Than Money
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More than Money is a podcast constructed to create a conversation community around using your values to inform how you engage with work and invest your wealth. Each season is comprised of 12 episodes each in one of six topic domains-- (1) economic justice, (2) business ethics, (3) corporate social responsibility, (4) social entrepreneurship, (5) community development, and (6) faith and values-based investing.
 
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In this episode Danielle and Jen interview Shiva Farrokhi, founder of in-it, a video crowdsourcing platform focusing on social change. The phrase video virtual memory is mentioned, so you know this is going to be good. Shiva is an Iranian designer, strategist and social entrepreneur currently living in Portland, Oregon. She started in-it due to ...…
 
In this episode, Collin Gabriel and Danielle Olson interviewed Tom and Sheri Eckert who are both counselors and the founders of the Oregon Psilocybin Society. They are the forces behind getting a 2020 ballot measure to legalize the facilitated use of psilocybin. You’ll learn about: the history of psilocybin it’s current status in terms of the l ...…
 
In this episode, Hatch Program Manager, Danielle Olson sits down with A Social Ignition founder Sonja Skvarla. A Social Ignition runs two core programs for men serving time in prison across the state of Oregon: The Ignition Option and The Long Haul. "The Ignition Option is a 12-session entrepreneurship series that builds confidence, exercises c ...…
 
Dawn Carpenter, your host of More Than Money, welcomes you to the final episode of Season 2 to discuss the moral compass that the faith and values based investment community offers the corporate community , in a conversation with Josh Zinner, CEO of Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR). This episode builds upon previous conversa ...…
 
In this episode of More Than Money, Dawn Carpenter draws your attention to a sobering reality: more people are incarcerated per capita in United States than in any other country on Earth. Over 2.3 million are incarcerated and approximately 600,000 of them will transition back into society each year, the biggest challenge being to find a job. In ...…
 
Dawn Carpenter welcomes you to a new episode of More Than Money where she continues the conversation on corporate social responsibility started on Season 1, but this time focusing on the consumer perspective. Unfortunately, we live in a time when we take for granted that the products we consume should be and are safe, but this has not always be ...…
 
In this episode, from their headquarters in Netherlands, Dawn Carpenter talks with David Korslund with The Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV) about using finance to deliver sustainable, economic, social and environmental development throughout the world. As a member bank in the GABV alliance, Sunrise Bank CEO, David Reiling, explains ...…
 
Dawn Carpenter welcomes Janelle Orsico funder and executive director of The Sustainable Economies Law Center and #buytwitter activist, Maira Sutton to a new episode of More Than Money, where technology is approached from an ethical perspective, zooming in our most popular tech platforms that look less like a business, per se, and more like publ ...…
 
In this episode, Dawn Carpenter will discuss the significance of thinking about tourism and its business from an ethical perspective. Tourism challenges the very core of ethics, our sense of the difference between what is right and what is wrong. This episode guests, Mark Watson of Tourism Concern UK and Michael McHugo owner of the Kasbah du To ...…
 
In this episode Dawn Carpenter talks about the idea of an anti-sweatshop, the experience of an inspiring apparel factory in the Dominican Republic that shows the world that is possible and actually good business practice for an apparel factory in the developing world to pay, not only a living wage, but a dignity wage in a work environment that ...…
 
Dawn Carpenter welcomes Rehana Nathoo, from The Case Foundation, Tom Adams a Director from Acumen, a UK social venture and private equity firm, and Amanda Feldman from Bridges Fund Management UK. They enter a thoughtful discussion about impact investment, exploring how “big data” can help impact investors and social entrepreneurs make better an ...…
 
In this episode, Dawn Carpenter talks with Caroline Whistler, CEO of Third Sector Capital, David Merriman, Assistant Director of Health and Human Services for Cuyahoga County Ohio (Cleveland and Marcia Egbert from the George Gund Foundation, about cutting-edge innovation in the field of financing social service. Listen to this episode to be ins ...…
 
In this episode, Dawn Carpenter, along with Marti Tirinnanzi and Bill Ulivieri, explore the idea about how cryptocurrency and Blockchain are revolutionizing the world of finance, opening the possibility for anyone, anywhere to have the possibility of transferring money, buying and selling only needing a cell phone and internet service. Listen t ...…
 
In this episode, Dawn Carpenter interviews Allen Hershkowitz, Founding Director of Sport and Sustainability International and former Green Sports Alliance President and Founder, and Catherine Kummer, Senior Director of NASCAR Green Innovation. Together they explore the idea of marrying the popularity and influence of professional sports with th ...…
 
In this episode, Dawn Carpenter explores the idea of food deserts and how important grocery stores are to the health of a community. Police advocate, Atif Bostic of Uplift and entrepreneur Jeff Brown of ShopRite, educate listeners about the problems with food deserts in the United States and inspire with real stories of how to solve one of Amer ...…
 
In this episode, listeners are introduced to Ted Chandler, Chief Operating Officer of the AFL-CIO's Housing Investment Trust who explains the transformative power of putting labor's assets to work... in more ways than one. Ted shares insights into a new project that the HIT calls Midwest At Work, an over $1 billion project to help revitalize so ...…
 
Rehana Nathoo joined the Case Foundation in 2016 as part of the Social Innovation team. She serves as Vice President of Social Innovation, focusing specifically on the Foundation’s efforts around Impact Investing. A self-identifying New Yorker, Rehana previously worked at the Bank of New York Mellon to help design the firm’s Social Finance prog ...…
 
In this episode, listeners meet Mindy Lubber, President and founding board member of Ceres, an organization mobilizing many of the wold's largest investors and companies to take stronger action on climate change, water scarcity, and other global sustainability issues. Mindy shares the story of how Ceres got started and tells us about the import ...…
 
In this episode, listeners are introduced to the challenge of affordable housing with Brian Dowling the Senior Vice President of Community Investments at CDT, America's first affordable housing REIT. Brian shares with our listeners the importance that housing plays in the development and maintenance of stable communities-- reminding us that wit ...…
 
EP30 - Tea Fleets and Painted Streets Picture yourself strolling down the beautiful tree-lined streets of Portland when suddenly you are struck by the sight of a large mural painted right in the middle of a 4-way stop. As you stand there, thinking to yourself “how did this get here? Who made this place?”, you notice a bench made out of clay, op ...…
 
EP29 - ‘Soup’er Communities with Amy Kaherl In this episode, Danielle Olson sits down with Amy Kaherl, founder of Detroit Soup. In 2010, Amy was able to transform a small potluck-style event for funding the arts into a larger funding mechanism for community projects aimed to do good for Detroit. For as little as $5, attendees eat, hear pitches ...…
 
In this episode, listeners are introduced to the story of A Yard and a Half Landscaping Company through a conversation with former Harvard Divinity student Carolyn Edsell-Vetter who discusses how a successful family-owned business is transformed into a worker cooperative. The conversation continues with Yuri Reyes, an immigrant from El Salvador ...…
 
HTF 028: Chicken Eggs and Chasin' Dreams In this episode Amy Pearl sits down with Henlight Co-Founder Edward Silva. Edwards unique story highlights the path that some entrepreneurs take when entering into prize based competitions, in this case the Thought For Food Challenge. Interestingly, Edward’s journey with the Thought For Food Challenge di ...…
 
In this episode, listeners meet Dr. Katrin Kaeufer from the MIT CoLab. Katarin shares with our listeners the conclusions from research geared at helping mission-oriented organizations and business hire employees that share their values and have a passion for the mission. The conversation continues with the addition of John Allen the Vice Presid ...…
 
In this episode, listeners meet New York Times business reporter Alexandra Stevenson to talk about her research into the efforts of the nation's largest institutional investors to influence corporate governance policies. The conversation continues with a discussion with Donna Anderson, the Vice President and Global Corporate Governance Analyst ...…
 
In this episode, listeners are introduced to the concept of community development financial institutions (CDFIs) through a conversation with the CEO of Capital Impact Partners, Ellis Carr. Ellis explains the niche served by CDFIs and the import role they play throughout the country in bringing capital investment into under-served communities. T ...…
 
In this episode, listeners are introduced to the role of the directors of corporate social responsibility through a conversation with Tim McClimon the President of the American Express Foundation and its Senior Vice President for Corporate Social Responsibility. Tim explains how this corporate function has evolved over time. The conversation co ...…
 
In this episode, listeners are introduced to the Conscious Capitalism movement through a conversation with Conscious Capitalism co-CEO Alexander McCobin. Alexander shares the work of his organization in celebrating and encouraging intentionality in the conduct of business. The conversation continues with a discussion of capitalism on "purpose" ...…
 
In this episode, listeners are introduced to the concept of impact investing through a conversation with Amit Bouri the co-founder and CEO of the Global Impact Investing Network. The conversation then turns to a discussion with Manuel Lewin, the Head of Responsible Investment at Zurich Insurance who shares the story of how Zurich uses impact in ...…
 
In this episode, listeners are introduced to the idea of using business as a force for good. Kim Coupounas, a director at BLabs, tells the story of the creation of BCorporations and shares some stories of transformative work of these businesses. Listeners then will meet Jennifer Griffin Pawlik, the Program Manager at Amavida Coffee, a BCorp fro ...…
 
In this short episode, we meet our host, Dawn Carpenter, who introduces listeners to the show. She describes the backstory behind the show and shares with listeners the structure of each episode. She also gives a preview of the 12 episodes that comprise the first season. Look for the More than Money podcast online at http://www.morethanmoney-po ...…
 
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