Brett Blumberg, is the Director of Sustainable Events & Analytics at Green Sports Alliance in San Diego, California. At Green Sports Alliance, they leverage the power of sports to drive meaningful impact by convening industry stakeholders, and engage fans, inspiring them to embrace sustainability. Brett is interviewed by our intern extraordinaire Jillian Lewandoski, recent graduate of Pace University with degrees in Sports Marketing and Arts & Entertainment Management.
Felipe helps conscious travelers find local, ethical tour operators they can trust, in 18 countries and 100+ destinations in Latin America at Sumak Sustainable Travel. He founded the social enterprise 9 years ago and focuses on tourism and sustainable development for local and indigenous communities. Hear his story on this episode.
Alyssa Agrifolio is the Senior Manager of Corporate Giving & Events at the New York Football Giants. She holds a Masters Degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Sports Administration where she's also taught as an adjunct professor. Alyssa shares her story and how she's making a positive impact working with the NY Giants.
Kelly Drennan is the Founding Executive Director of Fashion Takes Action (FTA), Canada's only non-profit organization devoted to advancing sustainability in the fashion industry through education, awareness, research and collaboration. Since 2007 FTA has worked with over 2000 fashion brands and retailers. Kelly developed FTA's youth education program called My Clothes My World for students in grades 4-12. Hear Kelly's story on this episode.
Tiila is a former Sephora executive and the founder of AETHER Beauty. She is passionate about sustainable beauty product development and has won several awards for the work she is doing at AEHER Beauty. Hear her story on this episode of Heart Stock Radio.
Dana Thomas is the author of Fashionopolis: The Price of Fast Fashion and the Future of Clothes. Thomas began her career writing for the Style section of The Washington Post, and for fifteen years she served as a cultural and fashion correspondent for Newsweek in Paris. She is currently Editor-at Large for Vogue Business, and a regular contributor to The New York Times Style section. Hear her story and the impacts of fast fashion on this episode.
By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in our oceans (by weight). Dinesh is determined to change this and preserve nature by making it possible to switch from plastic to an edible spoon. Hear his story and the story of IncrEDIBLE on this episode.
Allen is the Founder and creative force behind the Cincinnati based business accelerator, MORTAR. Through a 15-week course, aspiring entrepreneurs build a comprehensive business canvas and learn the nuances of business management. The end goal being to launch businesses that create jobs and circulate dollars locally. Allen shares his story and the story of MORTAR on this episode.
As the Founder of Sharethelovely, Bonnie is reimagining wedding shopping and planning for all-sustainable weddings by providing the wedding industry and consumers a range of sustainable products and services helping couples create the wedding of their dreams.
Mark's mission at Ecojot is to be a paper company with a cause for literacy and our environment. Ecojot's products are made by the finest quality of 100% percent post consumer recycled material. Founded by brother and sister team Mark and Carolyn Gavin in 2007, they create eco-friendly stationery, paper goods and custom products that feature whimsical and inspirational designs. Their love for paper, the planet and art has enabled them to create a sustainable brand available in hundreds of locations around the world.