Philo Alto | Entrepreneurs For Good

intro ? quote About the Entrepreneurs For Good Series Through this series, we speak with Asia based entrepreneurs whose mission it is to bring solutions to the environmental, social, and economic challenges that are faced within the region to learn more about their vision, the opportunities they see, and challenges that they have had to overcome. It is a series that we hope will…

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Do the Work. Trust Your Process – Abigail Smith, Thai Harvest SOS

In this episode, I speak with Abigail Smith, who a year and a half ago established Thai Harvest SOS. An amazing organization that has, in just a short time created a process that is able to safely redistribute more than a ton of food a day to more than 20 communities in Bangkok. For Abigail, she sees this time as a pilot for building the process, systems, and support needed to take this to tthe…

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Know What You Want to Build, Iterate, & Build Community – Karen Farzam, wHub

In this episode of Entrepreneurs for Good, I speak with wHub founder Karen Farzam about the work that she has been engaged with developing a community of entrepreneurs in Hong Kong and in changing the perceptions of women (and girls) in STEM and tech through conversations with academics and families. It is a journey that had no plan, has had several iterations, but over the course of the last f…

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Change the World Everyday – Arch Wongchindawest, Socialgiver | Entrepreneurs For Good

In this interview, I speak with Arch Wongchindawest, founder of the Bangkok based platform Socialgiver, who shares with me his vision for where philanthropy is broken and what he is trying to do to built a better path for financial sustainability in the third sector. ?? This interview is about wanting to change the world, being surrounded by great people, and learning (fast) from mistakes…

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