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Episode 25: Bracha Goetz – Helping Children Integrate Happiness Skills

One of the biggest challenges when it comes to parenting isn’t a lack of good intentions, it’s lacking the resources or know-how to address complex topics with children. My guest today is Bracha Goetz. She is the Harvard-educated author of over 40 books that help children’s souls shine and a candid memoir for adults about …

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Episode 24: Lindy Wafula – Ending Gender-Based Violence in Kenya Through Economic Empowerment

[Disclaimer] A note before we begin. Please be advised this episode may be triggering for some listeners. In this episode, there is a conversation about the issues of domestic violence.  Listener discretion is advised. What if I told you that entrepreneurialism for women all over Africa was one of the best ways to bring about …

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Episode 23: AnnMaria De Mars – 7 Generation Games – Creating Customized Games Reflecting a Community’s Heritage and Forming New Connections for the Future

What’s your story? Everyone has a story to tell, but some people have challenges finding a way to tell it. My guest today is AnnMaria De Mars.  After a stint in juvenile hall, AnnMaria ran away from her last foster home at age 15 and—with a fake ID—got a job and an apartment. By age …

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Episode 20: Iolani L. Bullock – Children Deserve to See Themselves at The Center of a Story

One of the biggest missteps in children’s books today is representation. All children deserve to see themselves at the center of a story. My guest today is Iolani L. Bullock, and I’m very excited to have her share her motivation and drive in writing Lenox Takes Flight. Iolani is a Bronx native who caught the …

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Episode 19: Catherine Black | Being Authentic

[Disclaimer] A note before we begin. Please be advised this episode may be triggering for some listeners. In this episode, there is a conversation about self-harm, cutting, eating disorders, and suicide. Listener discretion is advised. Hello everyone, and welcome back to the Humanitarian Entrepreneur podcast! My guest today is Catherine Black. Catherine is a mixed …

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Episode 17: Stephanie Cory | Our Challenges Are Not Unique

Hello everyone, and welcome to the Humanitarian Entrepreneur podcast!  My guest today is Stephanie Cory. Stephanie has committed her nearly 20-year career to strengthening the nonprofit sector through education. She has served as an executive director for a health advocacy organization and has consulted for a variety of other organizations across the country helping them …

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Episode 16: Matthew Friedman | Where Were You? A Profile of Modern Slavery

[Disclaimer] A note before we begin. Please be advised this episode may be triggering for some listeners. In this episode, there is a conversation about sex trafficking, sexual violence, torture, and rape. Listener discretion is advised. Hello everyone, and welcome to the Humanitarian Entrepreneur podcast!  My guest today is Matt Friedman. Matt is a leading, …

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