One of the most rewarding things about getting to know so many entrepreneurs is seeing first-hand how many of them are focused on so much more than just financial results. So many of the folks we connect with are focused on having a positive social impact on their community or the world at large. Check out some of these amazing folks below.

Mary DeBoise | Founder of Black Girls Craft

I started Black Girls Craft in 2015 as a means of creating a safe space for black women to come together to share and inspire. Early on, I noticed a huge cultural disparity in the crafting world as African American representation was virtually non-existent in the mainstream art realm. Read more>>

Shelice Johnson | Doula & Childbirth Educator

My business Handful of Pearls Birthing Services, LLC help the community and the world by bringing awareness to challenges in the birthing community. As a pregnancy care specialist also known as doula I educate parents and teach them their birthing rights. I give back to the community through my “baby pantry”. I started the baby pantry last yer during the pandemic. Read more>>

Rodnesha Ross | Wealth & Confidence Coach

What I love about being a Global Wealth Coach is that,I not only get an opportunity to help people and youth launch businesses for success in my home town but communities all across the world learn to build generational wealth. Read more>>

Jessica Miller | Skincare Specialist & Holistic practitioner

I believe my business helps the world by giving hope to others to take back control over their health and well being. Read more>>

Dr. Jesse Sanders | Mental Health Therapist, Public Speaker, Conversationalist, and Influencer

Although, I wear many hats, such as a Mental Health Therapist, Public Speaker, Influencer, etc. through my company, Redefined LLC. I am also a father and I proudly embrace that role! Because of that responsibility, it has allowed me to view the world through my eyes, the eyes of my children, and those that I serve. Read more>>

Amber & Beatrice | Co-hosts

Our tagline is literally, “Giving Roses…because the world needs more.” Giving Roses is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to seeking ways to appreciate life and those we love by giving roses and having thoughtful conversations. Roses can be given to anyone by simply telling them or by literally giving them flowers. We make both options available to our listeners around the world. Read more>>

Donica Troxler | Facility Director and RN

The Ohana Adult Day Program advocates for overall senior wellness. This population is often overlooked and counted out by our community. We are here to educate and bring awareness to caregivers and the community, letting them know that the older folks are still viable and valuable regardless of a medical condition or cognitive decline. We also give our members hope and purpose, encouraging them to live out their best lives! Read more>>

Melody Wilcox Pratt | Executive Director, Exodus Ranch (501c3) and Southern Association Youth Rodeo

We have two entities of our “business.” One is the non-profit (Exodus Ranch) and the other is our rodeo association (Southern Association Youth Rodeo – S.A.Y. Rodeo.) The Exodus Ranch’s mission is to facilitate healing to the most vulnerable in our community in the following ways.
*We host special, fun days, full of all kinds of activities, for Foster children and Foster families. We offer Equine Assisted Therapy for Foster children who struggle with abuse and abandonment issues. Read more>>