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Social impact stories, interviews, reflections to help your reach your impact potential. Get in the know, so you can #goanddo! Hear honest perspectives and stories about social enterprise, design-thinking, food and nutrition, regenerative economy, impact investing, startup methodologies, and measurement...all for social impact. Hosted by Neetal Parekh, founder and CEO of Innov8social and author of "51 Questions on Social Entrepreneurship", and speaker. More information and show notes at theimpactpodcast.com or innov8social.com. Engage with us on social media @innov8social on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.
Rank #1: #75 Neetal Notes 07: 3 Ways to Up Your Post-Conference Game.
It's Day 4 of our 30 Day Podcast Project. How can you make the most of a conference, after the event Learn 3 quick tips on upping your post-conference game---right off of the heels of Sustainatopia SF 2016! Find Show Notes at : innov8social.com/podcast Theimpactpodcast.com innov8social.com @innov8social #theimpactpodcast
Rank #2: #126 Meet Sonali Mangal, Host of the Learn Educate Discover Podcast.
At Inspiring Social Entrepreneurs, we talk to experienced and successful social entrepreneurs and change makers, committed to building a better world. Working as a social entrepreneur is hugely fulfilling – yet uniquely challenging. Social entrepreneurs need to balance business and social goals to succeed, often working in extremely challenging environments, with limited resources. And it is often a lonely journey. Our aim is to share the inspiring stories, to explore the highs and the lows, learn how different social entrepreneurs have kept inspired, and draw out insights to help social entrepreneurs at all stages on their journey.
Rank #1: Episode 64 Interview with Katy Ashe, Edith Elliott and Shahed Alam, co-founders of Noora Health.
Noora Health is an innovative non-profit that provides health training to help patients transition between hospital and home -one of the most precarious and rushed times in healthcare delivery. Noora provides training and information to caregivers and patients after surgery to ensure that patients are well taken of during their recovery process –to improve health...
Rank #2: Episode 71, Interview Dr. Alex Dehgan, CEO and co-founder of Conservation X Labs.
Alex is the CEO and co-founder of Conservation X Labs, a startup for tech innovation for conservation and development. Prior to founding Conservation X Labs Alex served as the Chief Scientist at USAID and founded the Global Development Lab. Conservation X Labs aims to harness exponential technologies, open innovation, and entrepreneurship to dramatically improve the efficacy, scale and sustainability of conservation efforts...
Frank talk about social innovation and the nonprofit sector
Rank #1: 07 Jimmie Briggs on self care.
In this episode of the Do Good Better Podcast I chat with Jimmie Briggs, author, speaker, and nonprofit leader about self care and the lessons he finally learned after a heart attack and kidney transplant. Links for today’s episode: Jimmie Briggs on Twitter (@briggsjimmie) Rockwood Leadership Institute
Rank #2: 06 Brand communications with David Grad.
In this episode I chat with David Grad, Emmy-winning producer and brand consultant, about brand communications, how to break down what exactly “brand” is, and what questions to ask when you’re planning to communicate your brand strategically. Links for today’s episode: Find David Grad on LinkedIn and Twitter (@davidgrad) An example of using Tinder for promoting a cause POST method (originally via Groundswell…I got the acronym a bit wrong, but the essence is the same: people/purpose and technology/tactic)
Talks and lectures by leaders of social change, from Stanford Social Innovation Review (ssir.org).
Rank #1: 2011 Stanford Healthcare Summit.
Behavior change is a step-by-step process, and psychologist and innovator Dr. BJ Fogg guides designers and researcher with “The Behavior Wizard,” which maps routes to the 15 ways to achieve behavior change. With specific health targets, whether it be to “eat quinoa for the first time” or “to stop smoking permanently,” his model outlines techniques to stop or decrease behaviors that are unhealthy or start or increase more healthful habits. Fogg is the Director of the Persuasive Technology Lab at Stanford and has taught the course Creating Health Habits with Social & Mobile Technologies, where students gained expertise in using technology to create habits in everyday people. He speaks in the 2011 Global Health Series organized by the Stanford Global Health Center in partnership with the Stanford Graduate School of Business. https://ssir.org/podcasts/entry/b.j._fogg_2011_stanford_healthcare_summit
Rank #2: Promoting Health Through Weight Loss.
In the United States, 60 million adults are obese and 9 million children and teens ages 6 to 19 are overweight. Being too heavy increases the risk of health conditions and diseases. In this university podcast, Harvard business professor Leslie John reports on studies providing financial and social incentives to get people to lose weight. Using lotteries and monetary deposits as collateral, researchers got people to lose an average of 14 pounds over several months. Leslie John spoke at The Science of Getting People to Do Good, a Prosocial Briefing held at Stanford. https://ssir.org/podcasts/entry/promoting_health_through_weight_loss
Impact Boom searches the globe to find the people, stories & inspiration to help you create maximum positive impact.We interview world-leading social innovators, entrepreneurs, changemakers, designers, educators, thinkers and doers who share Insights, ideas & inspiration. As long as these leaders are focussing their efforts on creating positive social and environmental change, we'll make sure you hear about it.
Rank #1: Episode 175 (2019) Mike Curtin Jr. On Social Enterprise Opportunities In The USA.
Mike Curtin Jr. of DC Central Kitchen shares useful ways to propel forward the social enterprise sector, he discusses systemic issues which need dealing with and talks about what to expect at the upcoming Social Enterprise World Forum in Ethiopia.
Rank #2: Episode 91 (2018) Due Quach On How Brain Hacking Brings Out Your Best Self.
Due Quach of Calm Clarity talks about the different brain states which can greatly affect success, provides advice for social entrepreneurs and discusses how the sector has changed.
Interviews with the leading impact investors and entrepreneurs who are using capital resources to create positive social and environmental change around the globe.
Rank #1: Jean Case on the Impact of Inclusive Entrepreneurship and Solving Grand Challenges .
Jean Case is the CEO of the Case Foundation and Chair of The National Geographic Society Board of Trustees. Currently an actively engaged philanthropist, investor and pioneer in the world of interactive technologies, her career in the private sector spanned nearly two decades before she and her husband, Steve Case, created the Case Foundation in 1997. A passionate believer in all things digital and the amazing potential of technology to change the world for the better, the Case Foundation is recognized for its innovative efforts to address significant social challenges, harnessing the best impulses of entrepreneurship, technology and collaboration to drive exponential impact. In addition to her role as CEO of the Case Foundation and Chairman of the National Geographic Society Board of Trustees, Jean also serves on numerous other boards around the globe, all focused on the forefronts of innovation, diversity and the education of our emerging leaders. Jean has also repeatedly been recognized for her incredible work by a wide variety of organizations, receiving accolades such as top Business Women, "Most Admired Nonprofit CEO, and "one of the 9 Most Generous Tech Entrepreneurs" by Fast Company. Jean is also an active contributor to civil causes and Government. In June 2006, she was appointed by President George W. Bush to chair the President's Council on Service and Civil Participation, and the Case Foundation is known for their work promoting an inclusive society. This conversation is a absolutely fantastic, as Jean and I talked about diversity in social entrepreneurship and impact investing, failure, innovation in government, the rise of conservation technology, the impact of millennials and much, much more. To anyone looking for a role model on how to think about impact, how to lead, or how to leverage your work for the greatest good, Jean is your woman. www.casefoundation.org www.impactinvestingpodcast.com Twitter: @jeancase @impinvpodcast @CaseFoundation Facebook: Case Foundation, Jean Case, The Impact Investing Podcast
Rank #2: Benjamin Stone on How to Launch Your Career in Impact Investing and Social Entrepreneurship.
This Podcast is sponsored by Maine Startup and Create Week. This years conference is June 20th to 26th in Portland, ME and is going to be amazing! This year’s conference is focused on design and innovation. They’re bringing in some of the best minds to discuss and teach how entrepreneurs can use the skills that accompany great design and design thinking to help build better companies, products and solutions to the world's most pressing problems? Panels will cover topics ranging from a mixture of Biotech, Agricultural tech and innovation and environmental technology to health-care, disruption of the insurance industry, industrial 3D design and lessons from failed startups. Keynote speakers so far for this year include Mike Perlis (president and CEO of Forbes Media), Heather Stephenson (Head of Brand Strategy at Super) and Peter Roper (Head of Mobile Brand Strategy at Google). Last years conference drew over 4000 attendees and had 215 volunteers contributing over 10,000 hours. Check out Mainestartupandcreateweek.com for more information. If you want to volunteer, attend or think you know a good speaker for the topics at this years conference, let them know. Enter Benjamin Stone: Ben started his career in 2004 as a corporate litigator at a big international law firm in NYC, until 2008 when he and his college buddy (also an attorney) decided to start and scale Indego Africa, a social enterprise and lifestyle brand now partnering with more than 1000 women entrepreneurs in Rwanda and Ghana. Ben then spent some time at American Express leading programs to help small business owners in the U.S. prosper. He now serves as Managing Director & general counsel of the impact investing firm MCE Social Capital, which was just honored as an ImpactAssets top 50 firm for the fourth year in a row. In his free time, Ben serves as vice chairman of Indego Africa and is a term member on the Council on Foreign Relations, where he often guest writes for the Development Channel, their blog on international economic development. Last year he co-founded Dollar a Day, a web platform that makes it easy for people to discover and support amazing nonprofits. Ben is also a regular speaker on a social innovation, careers, leadership, law, and entrepreneurship. MCE Social Capital is powered by its innovative Guarantor model, and with a special commitment to empowering women, MCE Social Capital (MCE) makes loans to organizations helping people living in poverty improve their lives. MCE is a nonprofit impact investing firm that recruits trail-blazing individuals, foundations, and other entities to back loans to MCE from institutional lenders. MCE uses its Guarantor Model to fund loans to qualified Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) and other financial providers that serve a high percentage of women, operate in rural communities, and offer health, education, or business training programs in the developing world. Since MCE commenced operations in 2006, it has issued over USD $100 million in loans to more than 50 organizations reaching hundreds of thousands of people in over 30 countries across four continents. Twitter @ImpInvPodcast Facebook: Impact Investing Podcast MCE Social Capital http://www.mcesocap.org/ MCE Social Capital Guarantor Model http://www.mcesocap.org/take-action/become-a-guarantor/ Indego Africa HBS Case Study https://hbr.org/product/The-Indego-Africa-Project/an/911011-PDF-ENG Ben Stone https://www.linkedin.com/in/benjaminstone1 Indego Africa https://indegoafrica.org/ Ben’s talks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-vwwoZ1V3M Dollar a Day https://dollaraday.co/
We investigate philanthropy, nonprofits and international aid. In-depth interviews and shoe leather reporting from across the globe. Send us your tips. www.tinyspark.org
Rank #1: Spring Cleaning? Before You Donate It….
A small percentage of the second-hand clothes we donate to charity actually end up on the store shelves of our local Salvation Army or Goodwill, according to our guest Andrew Brooks. Eventually the clothes end up in the hands of for-profit companies, which sell our old t-shirts and jeans to poor people halfway across the globe. Brooks' new book, Clothing Poverty - The Hidden World of Fast Fashion and Second-hand Clothes, describes a multi-billion dollar industry rife with complications and even deceit.
Rank #2: Tracking the Aid Money: Mission Impossible.
Billions of aid dollars were devoted to reconstructing post-earthquake Haiti and fighting Ebola in West Africa. Economist Vijaya Ramachandran and journalist Amy Maxmen tried to track that spending. They found more questions and a lack of transparency.
The Classy Podcast tells the stories of today's leading founders and executives in the social sector. Each week, we unlock their founding stories and share them with you to inspire the next generation that is mobilized to drive change. Visit classy.org/podcast or classy.org.
Rank #1: Former COO of charity: water Shares His Keys to Growth .
In this episode, former COO of charity: water Rod Arnold discusses their emergence as a premier nonprofit brand and his years of experience as a nonprofit consultant. Tune in to discover what led to their success, how to leverage inbound marketing to capture target audiences, and Rod’s expert advice for tackling growth as a nonprofit organization.
Rank #2: Forbes Under 30 Entrepreneurs Share (Refreshing) Leadership Advice.
Two Forbes 30 Under 30 stars are building successful social businesses to address food access in two very different ways: Noam Kimelman through healthy meals on-the-go in Detroit, and Shobhita Soor through insect farming in Ghana. What they have in common is a keen sense for establishing a solid revenue stream for their budding nonprofits and re-aligning the way work shows up in their personal lives. In this episode, Noam and Shobhita share: Their founding stories building Fresh Corner Cafe and Aspire Food Group Why they opted for a new revenue model outside the traditional nonprofit route How they’re working towards financial self-sustainability The business advice that influenced their early days How this generation accepts entrepreneurship as a way of life What they stand for: rebelliousness and opportunity
Subscribe to The sgENGAGE Podcast to hear experts from across the social good community share best practices, tips and must-know trends that will help organizations increase their impact.Formerly called the Raise & Engage Podcast.
Rank #1: Episode 88: Uncomplicate Your Communications.
Many nonprofit organizations struggle with communications. A lot of times, this problem is caused by too many complications in their strategy. This episode’s guest is Michael Beall, Principal Consultant and Communications Practice Leader at Accordant Philanthropy. Listen to the episode to learn what Michael has to say about how organizations can uncomplicate their communications strategy by prioritizing communications to different audiences, how budget fears affect communications, and how to test messaging to see what resonates with different donors. Topics Discussed in This Episode: How organizations often overcomplicate their communications How organizations’ priorities shift when communicating with different audiences over time How mixing messages rather than focusing on one audience at a time can overcomplicate messaging What prevents organizations from doing their best work with a focused audience Delivering active and passive content to donors in a face-to-face context How to test messaging to see what resonates with donors Resources: Michael Beall Article: Uncomplicate Your Communications Strategy Webinar Series: Resources for Creating an Atmosphere of Engagement Quotes: “I think a simple exercise to do is to really list those potential priorities, those different audiences, and just assign who’s number one, who’s number two, who’s number three.” “The interesting thing is that when you poll donors, they tell you the opposite – that they’re overwhelmed by frequency and by noise. And that really, that’s not what they’re looking for.” “You’ve really got to test it out before you send it out.”
Rank #2: Episode 109: The Finance Team’s Role in a Connected Office.
An organization’s finance team is often one of the biggest overlooked strategic assets. However, in a connected office the finance team is a crucial part of driving success for an organization’s mission. Joining the podcast today to explore this topic is Russell Pomeranz, President and CEO of Claverack Advisory Group. Listen in to hear Russell and host Steve MacLaughlin talk about the crucial role of finance in mission success, how and why the finance team should build relationships with other departments, and the importance of investing for the long term. Topics Discussed in This Episode: The importance of financial leadership in mission success Why organization leadership can’t operate in a vacuum How to build relationships from the finance team outward Understanding the mix of different funding sources How finance can partner with other departments to make critical investments Thinking about the budget in non-traditional ways Investing for the long-term Resources: Russell Pomeranz eBook: The Connected Office: Your Guide to Creating a Cohesive Constituent Experience Article: Three Roles of the Nonprofit CFO that Lead to Mission Success Quotes: “Basically, mission success, fundraising success, marketing success, programmatic success, can’t happen without financial function leadership, and financial function leadership can’t happen without understanding the mission.” –Russell Pomeranz “The drive and the alignment of finance and fundraising, and finance and programming, and finance and everything else is so important to get the organization to where it wants to go.” –Russell Pomeranz “The notion of investing long-term is limited because finance committees and boards are so focused on the short-term they’ve stopped thinking strategically on the long-term.” –Russel Pomeranz
Nonprofit Hub is dedicated to bringing you the best content in all forms. The nonprofit podcast series we like to call the Hubcast gives you the opportunity to experience a new way to not only learn, but to be inspired.From breaking down content posted in article form on nphub.org and recapping webinars, to having conversations with the industries most influential thought leaders, CEO Randy Hawthorne will narrate the way into transforming your organization for good.We’ll be dropping knowledge in new episodes of the nonprofit podcast, the Hubcast every month. Check us out on Soundcloud or download episodes from iTunes to listen on the run.
Rank #1: Amy Eisenstein — Four Steps to Major Gifts Cultivation.
Amy Eisenstein is an ACFRE certified development professional and fundraising consultant. She’s worked with nonprofits of all sizes for the last 15 years. Her specialty? Major gifts. When dealing with major gifts, it’s important to remember these four steps:Have a private face-to-face meeting. This is a must. You cannot discuss a major gift in a group setting. This can be at the beginning of your cultivation or toward the end, but you cannot get around it. More than one person can go on a face-to-face meeting — usually a board member and the executive director or development director. The meeting can take place at the prospect’s home or office and can last anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour.Invite them to see your program in action. Persuade each of your prospects to take a tour, visit a program, or attend an event. Choose something you think will have the greatest impact on that individual.Engage your prospects to volunteer. Invite your prospects to volunteer. On a committee, in the office, in direct service, one-time or ongoing. Volunteering brings people closer to your organization and makes them more inclined to give.Provide regular updates. Updates about your programs and services can be delivered by phone, email, in-person, or a handwritten note. Updates should be delivered twice annually to all prospects on your list.But before you jump into it, you should know where to start.Randy and Amy talk about cultivating donors and mistakes you should avoid. They also talk about how to set up meetings with potential donors and the best ways to measure success. Speaking of setting up a meeting with a potential donor, it’s important to allocate your time and focus on cultivation. Amy recently launched a major gifts challenge on her website. It’s a free challenge that encourages you to set aside time every day to focus on building up your donor base and taking large steps towards attaining major gifts. To get started, watch each video in the series. Start with the first one and go in numerical order. New videos will appear each week throughout 2017. Commit at least a few hours each week (5 hours is ideal) to taking the recommended action. This step is critical—if you don’t take action, you won’t see results. And share your progress in the comments section; if you add a comment at the end of each post Amy will offer free advice to keep your efforts on track.Remember—it’s never too late to start raising major gifts!
Rank #2: Steven Shattuck Pt. 1 — Donor Cultivation and Fundraising Faux Paus.
Steven Shattuck knows a thing or two about cultivating donors. As Chief Engagement Officer at Bloomerang, as well as founder of Launch Cause, Shattuck's work with donor cultivation and management is his jam. We delve into keeping donors coming back to nonprofits as well as fundraising pitfalls we continue to fall into. Our Hear Nebraska artist this week is Kait Berreckman. Visit kaitberreckman.bandcamp.com for more.And check out hearnebraska.org for more artists and information.
Podcast by Harvard Innovation Labs
Rank #1: Harvard Innovation Labs Stories: Ben Pleat - Doorbell.
With his company Doorbell, Pleat is trying to build more connected communities for people who live in apartments and other similar complexes. Currently, Doorbell is testing its product in Downtown Worcester’s Grid District, trying to bring the up-and-coming urban area together through shared experiences rather than other means. It's quite a noble mission to focus on "in-real-life" community building at a time when other entrepreneurs are focused on growing digital user communities.This is a Harvard Innovation Labs Story.
Rank #2: Harvard Innovation Stories: A Founders' Love Story with Rong Xia and Will Guillaume Foussier.
When you set out to build a community of young innovators, sometimes magic happens. After all, nobody understands the crazy, stressful, hectic life of an entrepreneur like one of your peers. Harvard Launch Lab members Rong Xia (Raiing Medical) and Will Guillaume Foussier (Ace-Up) talk about how lending a sympathetic ear to a fellow entrepreneur led to empathy, understanding, and ultimately, love.
Stanford Innovation Lab is brought to you by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP). This series is designed to give you a taste of the topics we explore in our classes on innovation and entrepreneurship. Our host is Stanford’s Tina Seelig, who teaches courses across the university that empower students to be more confident, creative and entrepreneurial in life.
Rank #1: The Ideas are IN - Creating Value from Unmatched Socks!.
Why look at old things in new ways? Rich Cox, Lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, joins host Tina Seelig to share and discuss the listener submissions to the Stanford Innovation Lab: Innovation Challenge. People, young and old, from around the world submitted their ideas for how to create value from unmatched socks. From coffee filters to dating sites to diapers for the developing world, hear how our listeners stepped up to the challenge and created value from something we usually throw away.
Rank #2: Healing Broken Teams from Inside Out.
What is the number one cause for failure in early-stage startups? Team issues! In this episode of Stanford Innovation Lab, Tina Seelig interviews executive coach Michael Terrell. Michael is the founder and managing partner of Terrell Leadership Group, and co-author of The Inside Out Effect, which focuses on effective leadership. In this conversation, Michael shares his insights on effective team dynamics, his process for diagnosing team issues, and examples of how he works through team challenges.
The Nonprofit Leadership Podcast discusses important issues facing nonprofit leaders in our community and features real stories from real leaders about what strategies and practices have made them successful. Enjoy the show!
Rank #1: Maddy Shear.
In this podcast, Rob interviews Maddy Shear – a nonprofit consultant that coordinates nonprofit roundtables in Park City, Utah. Maddy shares with us her tips and strategies to help nonprofits be effective. You can reach Maddy at maddyshear@comcast[.]net
Rank #2: Fundraising with Social Media.
Fundraising and Social Media: Whatever you think of social media, one thing we all know is that social media is ubiquitous in our culture. The question for today’s show is: How can you and I maximize social media for the benefit of our nonprofit organizations? Specifically online giving. How can you utilize social media to increase your funding. My guest on the show today is Claire Kerr and she is here to help answer those questions and more. Claire is the Director of Digital Philanthropy for FrontStream. She has served in senior roles at nonprofit organizations in the economic development, education and health and research sectors. She is dedicated to the positive uses of technology in the non-profit environment. Enjoy today’s show.
Steve Vick from NonprofitAlly.com talks with nonprofit experts about social media strategies, capacity building, board of director development, fundraising and budgeting.
Rank #1: NPA 086 – How to Fundraise without Asking for Money.
The reason most people hate fundraising is because they hate asking people for money. But this assumes that “asking” is all we do when we fundraising. And this is where the problem lies. It’s not so much that we hate asking for money… it is that we think that asking for money is what funding raising is about. And this is just not true. In fact, if you want to be a really good fundraiser, then “asking” for money should only be 10% of what you do. Hmmm… gotcha you thinking yet? Successful fundraising requires strategy, timing, planning, data and relationship building. Here is how our guest, Laurie Wolf, lays it out. Fundraising is: 30% internal work and research 30% relationship building 10% asking for money 30% recognition This podcast goes into detail on how to be successful at fundraising without having to always be asking for money. ABOUT LAURIE Laurie Wolf, MNPL, CFRE is the President and CEO of The Foraker Group. She has worked in the nonprofit sector for 30 years and with Foraker for 17 years. She has been instrumental in creating many of Foraker’s services and philosophy. Laurie holds a BA in English from Scripps College and an Executive Master’s degree in Not-for-Profit Leadership from Seattle University. She has been a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) since 2003. She has served on a variety of boards and worked as a volunteer in arts, environmental and human services organizations. Resources Gift Chart Download Example Gift Chart for $25K Website: forakergroup.org Awesome Article: Where’s the Magic Wand for Fundraising
Rank #2: NPA 003: Developing Your Board of Directors.
In this episode I speak with Cecily Stern from Word Craft Consulting. Cecily is an expert in nonprofit board development, strategic planning as well as grant writing. We discuss how to build a strong board of directors and plan for the future. Topics include: Board Development Board Recruitment Board Member Responsibilities Strategic Planning Also in this episode I talk about the FaceBook PTAT… that is “People Talking About This” and why it is more important than “likes”. Program Links: Cecily Stern Word Craft Consulting Website: www.myrenandstern.com Social Media Minute nonprofitally.com/ptat
Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%
Rank #1: 440: Small Dollar Donor Power & Donor Retention – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio.
This week Small Dollar Donor Power Small dollar donors are shifting the digital fundraising landscape. Our panel reveals basic principles of running a sustainable program online. They’re Sara Kerrigan from ActBlue and Carrie Mann with Friends of the Earth. (Recorded at 19NTC) Donor Retention Now that you’ve got new donors, learn how to keep them with you: Avoid retention pitfalls, leverage technology and track the right metrics. Our teachers are Laura Cole and Paul Habig, both from Sanky Communications. (Also recorded at 19NTC) There’s more at tonymartignetti.com
Rank #2: 457: Peer-To-Peer Peek & Poverty Porn – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio.
This week: Peer-To-Peer Peek Our panel from the Nonprofit Technology Conference shares an overview of community-driven fundraising. How do you plan for, inspire and activate your supporters? They’re Noah Barnett from CauseVox and Kenny Kane with Testicular Cancer Foundation. (Originally aired 7/6/18) Poverty Porn Amy Sample Ward returns to discuss the issues around graphic images and descriptions of poverty. How can you avoid the porn trap and white savior stereotyping, while telling compelling stories and advocating effectively? She’s our social media & technology contributor and CEO of NTEN. (Also from the 7/6/18 show) There’s more at tonymartignetti.com