In our year-end episode, we have a light hearted chat with the Let’s Get Changed production team about the objectives of LGC and Eric’s initial reservations to launching a podcast. We briefly review our first guests, offer an initial glimpse into future ad space opportunities on the show, ask for your help in amplifying LGC on socials, and express our gratitude for Advent cheese calendars to help get us through the holidays.
E11 – Beyond ‘money talks’: Using finance as a catalyst for progressive action
How America’s socially responsible bank does its business better, with Maura Keaney of Amalgamated Bank.
E10 – Black Girls in Media: From small GroupMe chat to global community
How a job search for one turned into a jobs resource for many, with Black Girls in Media founder Tasha McCaskiel.
E09 – Lights, camera, activate! Moving audiences from seats to streets
How a good story well-told can save the world, with Michael Kelly of Participant.
E08 – Dress to impress: The values stitched into your clothes
A future of sustainably sourced fashion with Dr. Kimberly McGlonn of Grant Blvd.
E07 – Change for the batter: How a bakery is at the center of the Open Hiring Movement
Joseph Kenner talks about Greyston Bakery’s mission for social impact through open hiring.
E06 – Sweet spot: Open Chain initiative for progressive social change
Combatting child labor in the chocolate industry with Karin Campbell of Tony’s Chocolonely.
E05 – Leading with love: Two women spreading the importance DEIJ
Allyship at the forefront of making businesses better for all.
E03 – Standing ground: Indigenous voices and lands at the forefront of battling the climate crisis
A conversation on climate action with Amazon Watch’s Leila Salazar-López.
E02 – Taking root: Growth of the green economy for BIPOC communities
Bridging the equity and inclusion gap with Kristy Drutman.
E01 – Origin story: A company’s journey of raising the bar in social and environmental change
Let’s Get Changed with David Bronner of Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps on company origins to unite the human race, corporate philanthropy, regenerative agriculture, and plastics reduction.