Sara Chandler of Elemental Excelerator
On this episode, we speak with Howard Law alum Sara Chandler of Elemental Excelerator. We covered a lot in this interview! We discussed her journey into environmental equity, owning your strengths and taking up space, dealing with perfectionism, and how she's currently supporting climate innovation in vulnerable communities. To find out more about Sara Chandler and her work at Elemental Excelerator connect with her online at:
- Elemental Excelerator Website
- Elemental Excelerator Summer Internship
- Sara Chandler Twitter
- Sara Chandler LinkedIN
We talked a lot about one of Elemental Excelerator's portfolio enterprises and one of my favorite social entrepreneurs in this episode, Jasmine Crowe of Goodr. To learn more about Goodr's work in tackling food waste and food insecurity visit their website at Goodr.co. So that this podcast can continue to center Black and Indigenous voices of social impact, consider supporting us with a donation here.
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