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The Social Impact Show

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Lovell Strategies is a social impact design firm working to improve the efficiency and creativity of the philanthropic world.

Latest Episodes

Celebrating Charity:Water

The Social Impact Show is back and better than ever. Danielle Lovell Jones has relaunched the show with an insightful interview with Scott Harrison, CEO of Charity:Water. Celebrating its tenth anniversary of commitment to clean water for all, Scott discusses how he became invested in the issue of water, the importance of focus, the future of Charity:Water, and more! To learn more visit www.thesocialimpactshow.com To support Charity:Water, visit https://my.charitywater.org/donate For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

36 MIN2016 SEP 7
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Celebrating Charity:Water

Knowing Rights Can Save Lives with Mbye Njie

This week Danielle talks with Legal Equalizer CEO, Mbye Njie. In the wake of the increased national awareness around police brutality, Mbye has developed an app that has video recording capabilities and makes your rights available to you via your cell phone or tablet. It also allows for a quick message to be sent to loved ones to make them aware of your location if you are pulled over by law enforcement. This app could revolutionize the law enforcement/citizen dynamic leading to increased awareness and fairness. To learn more visit: http://www.gofundme.com/legalequalizer or http://www.legaleqapp.com/ For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

25 MIN2015 AUG 24
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Knowing Rights Can Save Lives with Mbye Njie

The Impact of Diversifying the Venture Capital Community with Elizabeth Galbut

This week we speak with Elizabeth Galbut about her work developing A-Level Capital, a student led venture capital fund sponsored by Johns Hopkins University. She also shares her insight on the need for diverse community in the startup world and discusses how she hopes to achieve that through her newest venture SoGal Ventures. And as promised here, is the link to Elizabeth's popular medium article: https://medium.com/sogal-adventures/yes-i-m-a-26-y-o-female-venture-capitalist-here-s-how-why-d56e3d5c8149 For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

31 MIN2015 JUL 31
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The Impact of Diversifying the Venture Capital Community with Elizabeth Galbut

Cultivating Impact Using Play and Fashion with Tashira Halyard

This week we speak to Tashira Halyard, the Deputy Director of Homeless Children's Playtime Project and Founder of Politics and Fashion about how she encourages change using play and fashion as her tools. Homeless Children's Playtime Project: http://www.playtimeproject.org Politics and Fashion: http://politicsandfashionblog.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

39 MIN2015 JUN 28
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Cultivating Impact Using Play and Fashion with Tashira Halyard

Meeting the Holistic Needs of Immigrant Children with Kayleen Hartman of Ayuda

This week we meet with Kayleen Hartman of the nonprofit, Ayuda. Ayuda works to meet the holistic needs of immigrants and today Kayleen gives us more insight on the needs and challenges of immigrant children and their families. For more information on Ayuda, check out their website: http://ayuda.com/wp/. For more interviews or guidance on social impact, follow @lovellstrat on Twitter. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

44 MIN2015 JUN 13
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Meeting the Holistic Needs of Immigrant Children with Kayleen Hartman of Ayuda

501(c)What?

This week Danielle discusses the basic differences between the major forms of tax exempt organizations. Not all 501s are alike. Listen to learn more! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

11 MIN2015 APR 1
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501(c)What?

The GodFather Of Social Impact

In the first episode of The Social Impact Show, launched on Martin Luther King Day 2015, Danielle explores the meaning of social impact looking through the lens of the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

25 MIN2015 MAR 17
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The GodFather Of Social Impact
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Latest Episodes

Celebrating Charity:Water

The Social Impact Show is back and better than ever. Danielle Lovell Jones has relaunched the show with an insightful interview with Scott Harrison, CEO of Charity:Water. Celebrating its tenth anniversary of commitment to clean water for all, Scott discusses how he became invested in the issue of water, the importance of focus, the future of Charity:Water, and more! To learn more visit www.thesocialimpactshow.com To support Charity:Water, visit https://my.charitywater.org/donate For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

36 MIN2016 SEP 7
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Celebrating Charity:Water

Knowing Rights Can Save Lives with Mbye Njie

This week Danielle talks with Legal Equalizer CEO, Mbye Njie. In the wake of the increased national awareness around police brutality, Mbye has developed an app that has video recording capabilities and makes your rights available to you via your cell phone or tablet. It also allows for a quick message to be sent to loved ones to make them aware of your location if you are pulled over by law enforcement. This app could revolutionize the law enforcement/citizen dynamic leading to increased awareness and fairness. To learn more visit: http://www.gofundme.com/legalequalizer or http://www.legaleqapp.com/ For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

25 MIN2015 AUG 24
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Knowing Rights Can Save Lives with Mbye Njie

The Impact of Diversifying the Venture Capital Community with Elizabeth Galbut

This week we speak with Elizabeth Galbut about her work developing A-Level Capital, a student led venture capital fund sponsored by Johns Hopkins University. She also shares her insight on the need for diverse community in the startup world and discusses how she hopes to achieve that through her newest venture SoGal Ventures. And as promised here, is the link to Elizabeth's popular medium article: https://medium.com/sogal-adventures/yes-i-m-a-26-y-o-female-venture-capitalist-here-s-how-why-d56e3d5c8149 For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

31 MIN2015 JUL 31
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The Impact of Diversifying the Venture Capital Community with Elizabeth Galbut

Cultivating Impact Using Play and Fashion with Tashira Halyard

This week we speak to Tashira Halyard, the Deputy Director of Homeless Children's Playtime Project and Founder of Politics and Fashion about how she encourages change using play and fashion as her tools. Homeless Children's Playtime Project: http://www.playtimeproject.org Politics and Fashion: http://politicsandfashionblog.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

39 MIN2015 JUN 28
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Cultivating Impact Using Play and Fashion with Tashira Halyard

Meeting the Holistic Needs of Immigrant Children with Kayleen Hartman of Ayuda

This week we meet with Kayleen Hartman of the nonprofit, Ayuda. Ayuda works to meet the holistic needs of immigrants and today Kayleen gives us more insight on the needs and challenges of immigrant children and their families. For more information on Ayuda, check out their website: http://ayuda.com/wp/. For more interviews or guidance on social impact, follow @lovellstrat on Twitter. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

44 MIN2015 JUN 13
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Meeting the Holistic Needs of Immigrant Children with Kayleen Hartman of Ayuda

501(c)What?

This week Danielle discusses the basic differences between the major forms of tax exempt organizations. Not all 501s are alike. Listen to learn more! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

11 MIN2015 APR 1
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501(c)What?

The GodFather Of Social Impact

In the first episode of The Social Impact Show, launched on Martin Luther King Day 2015, Danielle explores the meaning of social impact looking through the lens of the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

25 MIN2015 MAR 17
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The GodFather Of Social Impact
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