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On FaithFactor Impact, Jessie Everline interviews today’s top thought leaders in the nonprofit and social sector. From the nonprofit community leader to the social intreprenuer, this is where you get timely inspiration, valuable content, ideas you can implement and connections that will keep you going. Each podcast episode features a successful thought leader who shares their story, some best practices, and their approach for cultivating strategic partnerships. Ultimately we gain insight int ...
 
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With DV statistics skyrocketing during the pandemic, there is great urgency to equip emerging faith leaders to respond appropriately. Educators share trauma-informed teaching practices and their own classroom experience in engaging the topic. Support the show (https://www.classy.org/campaign/compassion-in-action/c283581)…
 
How can we move beyond distrust and divisions towards understanding and solidarity? What can we learn from women of different faiths who have united against hate? How do we really work to eliminate hate in our communities? JCo-Leaders of the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom, Atiya Aftab and Sheryl Olitzky joined filmmakers and a panel of leading changem…
 
“Who will we be together?” Our Live Town Hall conversation with faith leaders and change makers included special guests from The On Being Project and RNS as we considered together how we listen, learn, and move forward in the face of deep national divisions. Support the show (https://www.classy.org/campaign/compassion-in-action/c283581)…
 
Trapped: Cash Bail in America is a compelling new film that takes a close look at the controversial cash bail system in the United States, the people adversely affected by its implementation, and the ongoing grassroots efforts to combat its negative consequences and to reform the system. Join moderator, Topeka K. Sam, filmmaker, Chris Jenkins, and …
 
Odyssey Impact and Ending Mass Incarceration convened a town hall conversation on the challenges of life post-incarceration, the importance of communal support for the formerly incarcerated, and the power of second chances. The town hall was led by Melissa C. Potter, Head of Social Impact and Communications at Odyssey Impact and Rev. John Vaughn, E…
 
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Odyssey Impact and the NAACP Youth & College Division held a conversation on the legacy of Recy Taylor, the disproportionate discrimination faced by survivors of color and why it is important to be a vocal ally against racism and sexual assault. The Rape of Recy Taylor highlights the legacy of physical ab…
 
In a year when political extremism is compounded by concurrent pandemics, how are faith leaders uniquely positioned to help heal and convene healthy dialogue? Many faith leaders face difficult choices about how to provide leadership and care amidst severe political polarization, often within their own communities. Faith communities may be among the…
 
Odyssey Impact, Faith Trust Institute and ACPE are convening a live town hall conversation examining how COVID-19’s stay-at-home orders are impacting the psychological and spiritual isolation of people experiencing, or at risk of experiencing intimate partner violence, and how both chaplains and congregational leaders can help. Support the show (ht…
 
For chaplains and faith leaders, the mental health of teens and young adults is a spiritual care issue made more urgent by the compounded chronic stress of 2020. With rising rates of suicide and mental health crises among our young people, what particular care strategies should every chaplain and every congregational leader know? Join us for a conv…
 
A candid conversation with leading chaplains and pastoral theologians about the particular challenges facing those who provide spiritual care in health care settings. We discuss solutions for moral dilemmas facing spiritual caregivers: when “do no harm” is threatened by a chaplain’s bodily presence, and when acute moral stress is caused by denials …
 
Co-presented by Odyssey Impact, Macedonian Ministry and Institute for Collective Trauma and Growth For faith leaders, no disaster exactly parallels the COVID-19 pandemic. However, what about other crises and communal traumas weathered by congregations and those who lead them? Join us for a conversation with colleagues and experts who’ve led congreg…
 
Odyssey Impact’s Young Adult Initiative convened a conversation on how the Christian Church of 2020 can show up to help lead the work of anti-racism in society and equitable policing in Black and Brown communities. The town hall was led by Rev. Terrance McKinley, Director of Racial Justice and Mobilizing, Sojourners and Senior Pastor, Campbell AME …
 
In this moment of social uprising and the compounding crises related to the global pandemic, many clergy and lay leaders are experiencing a pull to use pastoral skills in service to the wave of social change and constantly shifting needs. Movement Chaplaincy, the work of spiritual accompaniment to justice movements and their leaders, is an emerging…
 
Spiritual Care Providers working within correctional facilities across multiple faith identities face many challenges every day. But now, in pandemic conditions, the complexities have multiplied: grief needs, religious accommodations, increased stress and trauma on both those who are incarcerated and staff, and overall strain on already scant resou…
 
As preachers look ahead to creating sermons in 2020, the national context of interrelated crises is impossible to ignore: pandemic, racial injustice and economic fallout, and escalating pastoral care needs. What does this mean for the task of preaching? Which theological frames and homiletical strategies do we consider, as the backdrop for many in …
 
In this episode of the Finding Impact Podcast I talk to Juliana Proserpio, Co-founder and Chief Design Officer of Echos Innovation Lab, on using Design Thinking in the needfinding process. Juliana talks about her work at Echos Innovation Lab and how it supports organizations and entrepreneurs to use the design thinking mindset for accelerating cult…
 
I’m very honoured to speak to Jack Lowe this week. He’s come on share lessons learnt throughout his 40 year career in microfinance and the startup world. Jack was asked to become CEO of BlueOrchard Investments in 2004 — a microfinance fund that he grew from $40 million to close to $1 billion, stretching to […] The post FIP 128: The principles of fu…
 
This episode is about the one thing that changes everything — mindset. Or attitude. We’re living in tough times, and often, our mindset, our attitude, our outlook, can hold us back. With fear, worry, panic, stress, all these different emotions entering our day at some point. All these things hold us back. But, with the […] The post FIP 127: How to …
 
This is the best business response to COVID-19 the world will ever see. We’re joined by James Mwangi of Dalberg Group. He’s representing Safe Hands Kenya, a coalition of Kenyan businesses who’ve come together to respond to the COVID-19 crisis. They’re distributing free hand sanitiser, soap, face masks and surface disinfectants to all Kenyans, as [……
 
Today’s challenge is for those businesses who’re seeing a temporary loss of revenue due to the COVID-19 crisis, but also anyone in the business of raising capital, and interested in different funding instruments. We’ve got Amanda Cotterman on the show, and we’re talking about the fund she’s raising, Equalife Capital’s Africa Venture Debt COVID Reco…
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we find out how design thinking concepts can be used to improve the needfinding process and ideation. We talk with Elizabeth Knight, Founder of Purposeful, a new social enterprise empowering young people to create careers driven by purpose. Purposeful gives young people a structured way of finding their […] …
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we find out how a young founder bootstrapped his startup and the lessons he learnt in wannapreneurship. We talk with Cyril Michino, co-founder of Chaptr Global and hear about his entrepreneurial journey having founded 2 startups by the age of 21 and learn that capital is not a […] The post FIP 123: How this …
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we are talking to Boston Nyer, co-founder of BURN. Boston’s played a wide variety of roles during his 8 years at BURN, including COO, where he was tasked with setting up processes in their factory in Nairobi that makes more than one stove per minute. It’s the largest […] The post FIP 122: How to build proces…
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we are talking about the challenges of maintaining culture as your social business scales, and tactics for how to adapt and scale your culture, with Paul Breloff of Shortlist. Paul’s company, Shortlist, helps companies build and develop their teams through a new approach to hiring. Particularly, we’ll be […]…
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we are talking about how founders of social enterprises can transition from being a product builder to company builder, with Glynis Rankin from Creative Metier. Glynis is the CEO of Creative Metier, a niche consultancy that works with social impact investors and their investees to support social enterprises …
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we’ve got Lamia Makkar and we’re going to talk about Lamia’s experience as a young founder, with the hope of inspiring and helping other young founders succeed at what they’re doing. Lamia started her first non-profit Haiti: Hands On, at the age of 13, when at times she […] The post FIP 119: Tips for young f…
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we are starting off a new series to help social entrepreneurs understand and navigate the whole gamut of services and service providers in entrepreneurial ecosystems and we are talking with Maryanne Ochola, East Africa Regional Chapter Manager of ANDE (Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs), based in Na…
 
Sagun Saxena, co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer of KOKO Networks, is a company operating in Kenya and India that builds and deploys a dense network of kiosks inside local corner stores that distribute bio-ethanol for the modern cookers they sell. This is the third episode in our second 3-part series on invention-based entrepreneurs, supported…
 
Simon Wachira is from Proteq Automation in Nairobi. We talk about Simon’s invention that is set to propel manufacturing in Kenya to compete with the likes of China and other industrialised nations. Proteq Automation builds CNC machines, which are computer numerical control machines. CNCs control machining tools (drills, boring tools, lathes) and 3D…
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we are continuing our second series on hardware entrepreneurs, this one with Mike Hahn of PayGo Energy about his hardware development journey. This is the first episode in our second 3-part series on invention-based entrepreneurs, supported by The Lemelson Foundation. The series aims to provide unique insigh…
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we are talking to Solonia Teodros, Co-founder of The Change School, who describes why social entrepreneurs need a clear fundraising strategy and goal before starting their fundraising activities. Solonia shares her journey of fundraising for The Change School, with lessons from her experience of almost closi…
 
This week on the Finding Impact podcast, we spoke with Caroline Bressan, Director of Social Investments at Open Road Alliance. This incredible service at Open Road Alliance provides capital (loans or grants) to social impact organizations (non-profits and for-profits) facing an unexpected roadblock during implementation. On this episode you will le…
 
Many social entrepreneurs will consider applying to an accelerator to help grow their business, so we reached out to a range of accelerators to hear what tips they have for people putting an application together. These tips come in three buckets – one on selecting the right accelerator, next on what will need to go […] The post FIP 112: Tips for So…
 
This is part three of a 3-part series on invention-based entrepreneurs, supported by The Lemelson Foundation. The series aims to provide unique insights into some of the challenges and workarounds faced by entrepreneurs creating hardware products in emerging markets. This third part episode is with Erik Hersman, co-founder of BRCK, which creates a …
 
This is part two of a 3-part series on invention-based entrepreneurs, supported by The Lemelson Foundation. The series aims to provide unique insights into some of the challenges and workarounds faced by entrepreneurs creating hardware products in emerging markets. This part two episode is with Mary Mwangi of Data Integrated Ltd., and we are going …
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we are kicking off a new series on hardware entrepreneurs, this one with William Maluki of Gearbox about creating tools for manufacturing in Africa. This is the first episode in a 3-part series on invention-based entrepreneurs, supported by The Lemelson Foundation. The series aims to provide unique insights …
 
This is part three of a 3-part mini-series on last mile distribution. This series is a collaboration between the Finding Impact Podcast and the Global Distributors Collective (GDC). The GDC is a collective of last mile distributors around the world, with over 140 members in over 40 countries, who cumulatively have sold more than 8 […] The post FIP …
 
This is part two of a 3-part mini-series on last mile distribution. This series is a collaboration between the Finding Impact Podcast and the Global Distributors Collective (or the GDC). The GDC is a collective of last mile distributors around the world, with over 140 members in over 40 countries, who cumulatively have sold more […] The post FIP 10…
 
This is part one of a 3-part mini-series on last mile distribution. This series is a collaboration between the Finding Impact Podcast and the Global Distributors Collective (GDC). The GDC is a collective of last mile distributors around the world, with over 140 members in over 40 countries, who cumulatively have sold more than 8 […] The post FIP 10…
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we will be looking at the insider’s view of accelerators with Fhiwa Ndou, formerly of MassChallenge, well known venture accelerator in Boston, US. Fhiwa previously also helped setup the MassChallenge (MC) accelerator in London and is currently Growth Manager at Lambda School. This is episode #3 in the […] Th…
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we have part 2 of a new 3-part series about accelerators for early stage social enterprises. We are talking with Navalayo (Nava) Osembo-Ombati who is Co-founder and CEO of Enda Athletics, a Nairobi based running shoes manufacturer designing footwear to inspire customers to run like a Kenyan. Enda […] The pos…
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we are kicking off a new 3-part series about accelerators for early stage social enterprises. We are talking with Emily Eastman, Global Partnerships Manager at Global Accelerator Learning Initiative (GALI), who has been working on the leading edge of accelerators for social impact. In this episode, we look […
 
Fiona Mungai joined endeavour with six years of experience working in Private Equity and Asset Management in East Africa. Fiona started her career at British American Asset Managers and then at Actis — a leading pan emerging markets private equity fund, She he been a founding member and Board Director of the East Africa Venture […] The post FIP 102…
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we are talking to Dr. Christie Peacock, founder of Sidai. We’re going to do an interview about her recent experience of raising a round for her social enterprise Sidai Africa. Sidai offers farmers solutions to the challenges they face growing crops and livestock productively and profitably. So Sidai […] The …
 
This is an interview to mark the 100th episode. Andrew Foote is the host. He’s the co-founder of Sanivation – a social enterprise in Kenya that takes human waste from cities and converts it into fuel. Andrew is interviewing Andy Narracott, founder of Finding Impact. On this episode you’ll learn: It’s important to stop and […] The post FIP 100: What…
 
This episode shines a light on why local founders, who have excellent businesses, struggle to attract foreign impact capital. Open Capital Advisors has been advising in Africa for 9 years now, helping entrepreneurs grow, and helping advance economies, whilst also helping build a generation of business leaders in Africa. Based in Kenya, Uganda and Z…
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we are talking about burnout in the social sector, the third in our interview series, and we talk about Bedriye Hulya’s own experience, and how it took a very unique project that aims to promote the inner wellbeing for changemakers to help her get unstuck and make drastic […] The post FIP 98: Lessons From Be…
 
This week on the Finding Impact Podcast, we are talking about burnout, corporate insurgency and a mental hospital. This is the second in the series of podcasts that we are covering on burnout and mental stress in the social sector. We are talking with Gib Bulloch about his personal experience of what he calls the […] The post FIP 97: The Dangers of…
 
Today, we speak with Ilaina Rabbat (co-founder of Amani Institute) on burnout in social entrepreneurs–why it happens, what can be done to protect yourself from it, signs it’s happening, safety measure to put in place–which is so critically important when you’re doing this sort of work. She recently published a thesis on how to thrive […] The post F…
 
This interview will help you put yourself into the shoes of government so you can work with them effectively. Ruth Ngechu is the Deputy Country Director in charge of partnership with Living Goods in Kenya. Ruth shares her strategies and tactics she’s developed over the course of her 17+ year career working in Public Health, which […] The post FIP 9…
 
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