We have teamed up with the Catalyst to share conversations with donors, nonprofit leaders and grant recipients about how giving impacts the lives of everyone connected to the process. In the inaugural episode, we welcome Kila Englebrook to the studio.
Englebrook is the CEO of the Social Enterprise Alliance. She came to St. Pete from her headquarters in Nashville for Tampa Bay Start-up Week’s Social Enterprise track, where she shared the work the Alliance is doing to help spark this movement and continue its growth.
She talked all things social enterprise. From its transformative future to how enthusiasts can get started – and what the scene here looks like.
Listen to the first episode here.
Show notes, photos and a full transcript also are provided.
The next episode will feature a conversation with Michael Jalazo, CEO of the Pinellas Ex-Offender Reentry Coalition, which won the Community Foundation's 2017 Big Idea Grant to found the Tiny House Manufacturing Company.