How can founders weave impact into their own entrepreneurial journey and why is it important in today’s climate?
On June 15th, Eliza Arnold (Co-Founder @ Arnie), Alison Diamond (CEO & Co-Founder @ JYBE), and Joe Federer (Author) join us to discuss the ins and outs of mission-driven startups and share their advice for entrepreneurs.
About the speakers:
– Author of The Hidden Psychology of Social Networks and former head of Brand Strategy at Reddit, Joe Federer runs a social media agency called [An Internet Reference]. Joe’s approach to building best-in-class social strategies for the world’s largest brands is rooted in cultural immersion over digital disruption.
– Eliza Arnold is the co-founder of Arnie, a new 401k platform helping you retire in a world worth living in. Arnie is replacing the traditional 401k, using custom indexing to allow employees to personalize their 401k to their own set of environmental and social values, so you can invest in what you believe in and divest from what you don’t.
– Alison Diamond is a strong leader with an unshakable determination to help solve the world’s single-use plastic crisis. At JYBE, she oversees optimization of the app to ensure a positive user experience that provides a trusted source of sustainable packaging information amid a market filled with greenwashing. She is passionate about debunking the notion that plastic is cheaper, and works diligently with restaurant partners to help them transition to affordable eco-friendly package options.
With a mission-driven background, Alison brings more than a decade of experience in both private and not-for-profit ventures with a focus on nationwide partnerships and operations. Most recently as Director, Organizer Success at Goldstar Events, Alison led a team that supported more than 6,000 event organizer partners nationwide. Previously she worked as a manager in business operations at FamilyFINDS, a daily deal website with 300K subscribers, through its merger with CertifiKids.
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