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Goodie is an interview show with the do-gooders who are using business, innovation and creativity to make positive change in the world...

Latest Episodes

Self Directed Studies

Jennifer Chiu and Jean Parsons are the wonderful duo that form the self directed studies film collective. Their award winning films touch on important and complex issues from a humanistic perspective. Today I talk to them about how they met, started making films and what film making has taught them. Their films include, CABBIE, Memories of the Peace and Madre de Dios and can be found at https://www.selfdirectedstudies.com/. Did I also mention this is the last episode of the first season of Goodie? Thank you so much for your support and listener-ship! It's been good!

-1 s2018 DEC 21
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Self Directed Studies

Laila Bedard Potvin

Laila is the designer behind the local, sustainable and ethical fashion line Harly Jae. Listen for stories about following dreams and reconciling fashion and sustainability. She is amazing! https://harlyjae.com/

-1 s2018 NOV 16
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Laila Bedard Potvin

Naitik Mehta

Naitik Mehta is the CEO and co-founder of Next Billion. NextBillion.org connects talent with disabilities to inclusive employers in tech. Their mission is to build the largest community of people with disabilities in tech. Although Naitik is now a CEO, he was a designer for most of his life. On the show, I talk to him about finding design at a young age, immigrating from Pune, India to Vancouver and how he started Next Billion. He is using technology and community to do good in the world. https://www.nextbillion.org/

-1 s2018 NOV 2
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Naitik Mehta

Iva Jankovic

Iva Jankovic is an urban planner, tech designer and all around people person! I will talk to her about graduating from university at 18, how she found her niche interests and how they have come together for her, in her two start-up positions. She is somebody that is using creativity from all fields to make change.

-1 s2018 OCT 19
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Iva Jankovic

Trixie Ling

Trixie is the founder of Flavours of Hope, social enterprise that supports and empowers newcomer women to earn a living wage and build social connections in communities through cooking and sharing culinary traditions and stories. Trixie uses business as a way to fill the needs of newcomer refugees. She was inspired to create Flavours of Hope after witnessing the challenges of being a newcomer, through her own immigration story and through her work in social services. https://www.flavoursofhope.com/

-1 s2018 OCT 5
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Trixie Ling

Grace Nosek

Grace is a lawyer tackling climate change with fearlessness and creativity. In addition to earning her PhD in climate law, she is also a talented storyteller. She has written a trilogy of YA novels, the Ava of the Gaia series, that feature empowering stories about women and climate change activism. She is currently working on producing a podcast called Planet Potluck to cultivate a narrative of positivity and inspiration behind the climate movement. http://planetpotluck.com/

-1 s2018 SEP 20
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Grace Nosek

Angelica Poversky

Angelica Poversky is an award winning poet who uses the performing arts to bring light to the nuances of our complex lives, from touching reflections, laugh out loud performances and those about social and environmental issues. She has performed poetry at the 2017 UN Peacekeeping Defense Ministerial, National Culture Days and The Top 25 under 25 Canadian Environmentalists Awards, Word Vancouver, and The Vancouver Earth Day Parade.

-1 s2018 SEP 7
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Angelica Poversky

Caroline Merner

In this episode, I talk to Caroline Merner! She is an environmentalist, athlete and a woman ready to empower. In addition to many professional accomplishments, she recently launched Climate Guides with her partners Marina and Michal. Climate Guides is a mentorship program that equips our current and next generation with professional development, mentorship, financial support, and climate-conscious community. They aim to build a narrative of hope and opportunity in tackling climate change by shifting from the current narrative of doom-and-gloom.

-1 s2018 AUG 28
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Caroline Merner

Madeleine Shaw

A social activist, product designer and businesswoman all in one! Today I talk to Madeleine Shaw about her early rebellious days, her discovery of social activism and how she now sees business as a source of empowerment.

-1 s2018 AUG 21
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Madeleine Shaw

Suzanne Siemens

Suzanne is the CEO of Lunapads, a Vancouver-based company that produces reusable menstrual products and supported many young entrepreneurs. She is using business as a force for good.

-1 s2018 AUG 14
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Suzanne Siemens

Latest Episodes

Self Directed Studies

Jennifer Chiu and Jean Parsons are the wonderful duo that form the self directed studies film collective. Their award winning films touch on important and complex issues from a humanistic perspective. Today I talk to them about how they met, started making films and what film making has taught them. Their films include, CABBIE, Memories of the Peace and Madre de Dios and can be found at https://www.selfdirectedstudies.com/. Did I also mention this is the last episode of the first season of Goodie? Thank you so much for your support and listener-ship! It's been good!

-1 s2018 DEC 21
Comments
Self Directed Studies

Laila Bedard Potvin

Laila is the designer behind the local, sustainable and ethical fashion line Harly Jae. Listen for stories about following dreams and reconciling fashion and sustainability. She is amazing! https://harlyjae.com/

-1 s2018 NOV 16
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Laila Bedard Potvin

Naitik Mehta

Naitik Mehta is the CEO and co-founder of Next Billion. NextBillion.org connects talent with disabilities to inclusive employers in tech. Their mission is to build the largest community of people with disabilities in tech. Although Naitik is now a CEO, he was a designer for most of his life. On the show, I talk to him about finding design at a young age, immigrating from Pune, India to Vancouver and how he started Next Billion. He is using technology and community to do good in the world. https://www.nextbillion.org/

-1 s2018 NOV 2
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Naitik Mehta

Iva Jankovic

Iva Jankovic is an urban planner, tech designer and all around people person! I will talk to her about graduating from university at 18, how she found her niche interests and how they have come together for her, in her two start-up positions. She is somebody that is using creativity from all fields to make change.

-1 s2018 OCT 19
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Iva Jankovic

Trixie Ling

Trixie is the founder of Flavours of Hope, social enterprise that supports and empowers newcomer women to earn a living wage and build social connections in communities through cooking and sharing culinary traditions and stories. Trixie uses business as a way to fill the needs of newcomer refugees. She was inspired to create Flavours of Hope after witnessing the challenges of being a newcomer, through her own immigration story and through her work in social services. https://www.flavoursofhope.com/

-1 s2018 OCT 5
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Trixie Ling

Grace Nosek

Grace is a lawyer tackling climate change with fearlessness and creativity. In addition to earning her PhD in climate law, she is also a talented storyteller. She has written a trilogy of YA novels, the Ava of the Gaia series, that feature empowering stories about women and climate change activism. She is currently working on producing a podcast called Planet Potluck to cultivate a narrative of positivity and inspiration behind the climate movement. http://planetpotluck.com/

-1 s2018 SEP 20
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Grace Nosek

Angelica Poversky

Angelica Poversky is an award winning poet who uses the performing arts to bring light to the nuances of our complex lives, from touching reflections, laugh out loud performances and those about social and environmental issues. She has performed poetry at the 2017 UN Peacekeeping Defense Ministerial, National Culture Days and The Top 25 under 25 Canadian Environmentalists Awards, Word Vancouver, and The Vancouver Earth Day Parade.

-1 s2018 SEP 7
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Angelica Poversky

Caroline Merner

In this episode, I talk to Caroline Merner! She is an environmentalist, athlete and a woman ready to empower. In addition to many professional accomplishments, she recently launched Climate Guides with her partners Marina and Michal. Climate Guides is a mentorship program that equips our current and next generation with professional development, mentorship, financial support, and climate-conscious community. They aim to build a narrative of hope and opportunity in tackling climate change by shifting from the current narrative of doom-and-gloom.

-1 s2018 AUG 28
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Caroline Merner

Madeleine Shaw

A social activist, product designer and businesswoman all in one! Today I talk to Madeleine Shaw about her early rebellious days, her discovery of social activism and how she now sees business as a source of empowerment.

-1 s2018 AUG 21
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Madeleine Shaw

Suzanne Siemens

Suzanne is the CEO of Lunapads, a Vancouver-based company that produces reusable menstrual products and supported many young entrepreneurs. She is using business as a force for good.

-1 s2018 AUG 14
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Suzanne Siemens