On this episode of the Inkandescent Radio Show we have the privelege of taking to futurist Andy Hines. A lecturer and executive-in-residence at the University of Houston’s Graduate Program in Futures Studies, Andy also co-founded and is currently on the Board of the Association of Professional Futurists.
On this episode of the Inkandescent Radio Show we talk to Lyndsey DePalma—founder of new Arlington, VA tea house and reflexology studio—about the treasure that is tea, the power of reflexology to heal and harmonize, and her entrepreneurial dreams for the future.
On this episode of the Inkandescent Radio Show, David Feldman, executive director of Bethesda Green—an organization that incubates green companies, educates the community, and supports a strong local economy that supports green business initiatives joins the show.
On this episode of Inkandescent Radio, we are joined by Seth Goldman co-founder, and president and TEO of Honest Tea — the company he co-founded in 1998 with Professor Barry Nalebuff of the Yale School of Management.
On this episode of the Inkandescent Radio Show, host Hope Katz Gibbs interviews Karen Hanrahan, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Human Rights and Democracy for the Obama administration.
What happens when three twentysomethings, each with a social conscience and desire to make a difference in the world, sit down and write a manifesto about the change they want to see in the world?
On this episode of the Inkandescent Radio Show we are visiting with Danielle Goldstone who leads Ashoka’s Empathy Initiative. Since first joining Ashoka in 2000 (and returning in 2009), she has helped develop and grow various initiatives, including Ashoka’s expansion and development in Africa.
On this episode of The Inkandescent Radio Show powered by Inkandescent Public Relations, your host Hope Katz Gibbs interviews Bill Drayton, the CEO and Founder of Ashoka, Innovators of the Public. They discuss the power of empathy, and the importance of it and much more.