ONE MAN’S QUEST TO END CHILD TRAFFICKING AROUND THE WORLD—Andy Stein, Founder of Orphaned Starfish Foundation

As an investment banker, Andy Stein never imagined that a visit to an orphanage in Chile would change his life, and the life of thousands of others. In 2001, after 25 years on Wall Street, Andy Stein left everything [...]

By | March 6th, 2017|

ONE DOCTOR’S QUEST TO CURE THE POOR, WHILE LIVING ON A FISHING BOAT—with Doctor Ben LaBrot, CNN Hero

WARNING: If you are involved or will be involved in the medical field, this episode may alter your future aspirations... CNN Hero Dr. Ben LaBrot began working on fishing boats in California at age 11 and [...]

By | February 22nd, 2017|

ONE TEACHER’S QUEST TO CREATE AN EDUCATION MOVEMENT IN COLOMBIA—with Henry May

Social entrepreneur Henry May is the founder of CoSchool, a B-Corp* that's worked with 5,000 youth in Bogota, Colombia. CoSchool works to build emotional, social, and leadership skills through extracurricular programs. In this episode, Henry May speaks about his journey [...]

By | February 16th, 2017|

ONE LAWYER’S QUEST TO BUILD SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD—with Doug Bunch of Global Playground

Today’s guest is social entrepreneur Doug Bunch, a full-time attorney from DC and the co-founder of Global Playground. It’s a nonprofit organization providing educational opportunities around the world. They’ve built schools, computer labs, and libraries in [...]

By | February 9th, 2017|

ONE 28-YEAR-OLD’S QUEST TO PROVIDE CLEAN WATER TO THE ENTIRE NATION OF SWAZILAND — with Seth Maxwell, Forbes 30U30

Social Entrepreneur Seth Maxwell has the goal of providing clean water to every single community in Swaziland. And he is on his way of doing it at age 28. At age 19, Seth founded Thirst [...]

By | December 28th, 2016|

How to start massive online movements for social good (with $50 or less)—with Shawn Humphrey

Imagine working out of a coffee shop to start an online movement for social good that gets shared by the World Bank, William Easterly, Kiva, Grameen America, Oxfam, Finca, BRAC, and Opportunity International. According to [...]

By | December 20th, 2016|