Portland Reed finds ways she can help and be of value to her community.
Find out what inspires her to get involved and
- why she got involved in helping people and causes
- how she has been successful in getting momentum and greater visibility for an idea
Portland Reed’s passion is for kids and education. She is the co-founder of
Aces & Aficionados which supports quality initiatives and programs that improve and empower children’s futures. She is also the Co-Founder of the Gilbert Football Association in Arizona, which not only emphasizes learning the game of football; but experiencing true leadership from their mentor coaches.
She obtained a law degree from the University of Illinois College of Law and works for a Private Investment Firm in Scottsdale AZ.
Her mission in life is to communicate to everyone that their presence on this earth matters.
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Thisbe Grace is the founder of Dallas Solstice, a non profit promoting the community, celebration, and curiosity with a summer arts festival that includes workshops and a parade.
Thisbe is a visionary with talent, drive, heart and soul. She saw the need for the promotion of arts in Dallas, and when the timing was right, got to work making it into a reality.
In our interview she’ll describe Dallas Solstice and how she got started, how she brought the idea into a reality.
And, how you can get involved.
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and find them on Facebook.com/DallasSolstice
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Michael Strong is the CEO of Radical Social Entrepreneurs and the co-founder of FLOW.
- He authored The Habit of Thought: From Socratic Seminars to Socratic Practice
- His work is featured in academic journals and popular media.
- He spent years innovating in education and was educated at Harvard, St. John’s College, and the University of Chicago.
- He serves on several boards and mentors developing world entrepreneurs.
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Creating a World in which All of Humanity Flourishes
A great conversation with Doug Foresta on social change today and the part collaboration and social entrepreneurship is playing.
Topics discussed include:
- a brief description of social entrepreneurship
- thoughts on social change – where are we headed – are we shifting into a new paradigm of one with more empathy?
- what part does social media play in social change?
- what about collaboration? what part does it play? are we moving away from the individual (me) to the collaboration (we)?
- attracting momentum and funding to get your SE idea off the ground
- crowd funding
- social action projects Doug is involved in
Doug Foresta is involved in social change. He is a therapist and a teacher at the college level. He talks about social change and social entrepreneurship.
Adolph Holston believes that by placing other people’s interests first, his interests will always be taken care of.
As a RainMaking Connector, Adolph’s philosophy is that you give to give, and at the end of the day success is driven by and dependent on your relationships.
Join me in conversation with Adolph chances are, Adolph knows someone who needs to know you!
- What a RainMaker Connector is
- What his networking goal is
- 3 questions to ask when networking
- Givers Matchers Takers – what are they
- When starting a conversation – what is that one question you can ask that changes everything?
Interviews with social entrepreneurs, people with a social consciousness, the change agents creating a legacy of positive change.