Category: social enterprise

  • Cradle to Grave: Death and Women’s History

    Cradle to Grave: Death and Women’s History

    “The more you can be authentic, the happier you’re going to be, and life will work itself around that.”  Melinda Gates A Mighty Woman Taught Me Much A mighty woman took her angel flight mid-way through Women’s History Month leaving 90 years of legacy and authenticity. She is my Mom, in current tense because love…

  • 10 Mighty Considerations!

    This month I began a Mighty yearlong journey to become certified with the Institute for Equity-Centered Coaching! It’s an exciting move forward on the journey of being a better human. There are so many reasons not to go “back” to normal, but to create a new, inclusive social environments with communities and structures that serve…

  • A Mighty Form of Flattery – and Seals!

    If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, sharing a good thing verbatim is even better. Everyone in with interest in social enterprise and good business should take a look at this; On Certification and Seals by David Anderson Founder of Canvas Host. Canvas host is B Corp and Oregon Benefit Corporations for Good Certified…

  • Mighty Certifications – and Great Collaboration

    2018 was a Mighty Year! The Mighty 2018 Benefit Report is published and Mighty Epiphyte is making even greater Impacts for 2019! Mighty Epiphyte sailed through the B Lab Certification for B Corp AND the Benefit Corporations for Good Re-Certification recently! I love to help companies make MIGHTY IMPACTS! There are some great reasons to…

  • A Mighty Link to Community

    How does a Mighty idea from down-under make an impact on you? In a small town in Australia, Anna McAfee realized her connections to the community were largely people she had never met in person, they were connections on LinkedIn. In search of authentic connections for community and collaboration, she invited them to an in-person…

  • Mighty Change, Mighty Friendship

    Michelle Judson is a mighty awesome person! Giving back is woven into her DNA, resilience is her foundation. She created Changewear, a company of Mighty change, giving and focus on doing well and doing good. Michelle Judson and Changewear Michelle and I met five years ago at Lab2Market where she blew everyone away with her…

  • Who Makes Mighty Dog Products? Cycle Dog!

    Who Makes Mighty Dog Products? Cycle Dog!

    Learn more about Cycle Dog, a social enterprise that uses upcycled bicycle tubing to make mighty tough dog toys and leashes.