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Community Housing Panel on financing, structuring and legal considerations with Judith Bullin, James Palmer, Natalia Garstecka, Adelaide Brown and Stephen Hart
Greenwashing: Audio of short Spinoff Article "Australia opens a fascinating new front in the fight for ethical investing"
Aimee Blake on Girls who Grow and Future Farmers New Zealand
Leanne Holdsworth on Humanising Work
"One thing I've learned as an Entrepreneur..." Live panel discussion from the Entre annual launch night featuring Saskia van der Peet (Real Girls in Tech / Farmgate Foods), Jack Wood (Komodo Wellbeing), Ben Scales (KiwiFibre) and Rohan Mathias (FoodFuse)
Jennifer Hamlin on Animals, our relationship with them and the work of the Allied Veterinary Professional Regulatory Council of New Zealand
Janet Cole on the Kaipātiki Project, an Innovative Eco-Hub, and a life of advocating for impact
Better Banking: Discussion on how can we improve it for "For Purpose" organisations with Ros Rice and Dr Jane Horan
Meng Foon on Race Relations in Aotearoa New Zealand
Rory Birkbeck on Safe Surfer
Diane Ducarme on Diet, Health and Migraines
Lloyd Mander on Diversity of Thought in Governance
Dr Peter Loerscher on Tax, Time, 2,000 year old Roman signature stones, and a focus on immigrants to New Zealand
Thanks for helping remind me what it was like to be 11. Basketball story is great!
A few weeks ago, I sat down with Steven and had a solid, fun, recorded conversation on purpose and life. Steven recently published a legal handbook on social enterprises in New Zealand and has been doing interviews with entrepreneurs and social enterprises about their journeys on this podcast. Through mutual friends and overlapping circles we got connected quite quickly. I feel honored to have been invited to be on the podcast. The growing list of humans and their truly impressive set of accomplishments and contributions to earth and society are humbling. Steven masterfully guided the conversation from my childhood to teenager years as an immigrant, as he waives into it his own story and aspirations, and we move into my university days and during that the exposure to the greater world, its beauty, its problems, my craft, and my finding of sometimes-often bumpy pathways that have taken me where I am currently. I told him it has been years since anyone has dug that deep to my past-history and the aspirations that have been part of my constant evolution, and it was truly an enlightening articulation/process for myself as well. After our interview/conversation, I have listened to several podcasts with other interviewees and have enjoyed their stories, lessons, and journeys. I am looking forward to soaking up some more! I can definitely recommend this podcast and hope that there is great value for you too.