It’s not an original case, but if you’re going to have free labor working for you, consider its implications.Read More
A guest blog from Addie Fisher of Old World New on how we can impact climate change as individuals.Read More
My take on growing the pie and how that helps us all get things done and change the world.Read More
A few notes on our role as donors - now, and always.Read More
My favorite e-magazines and blogs related to social impact, for both business owners/leaders and individuals.Read More
An Impact Boss™ interview with my business school friend Evan Sharp about how he addresses black issues in corporate America and advice for all of us to do so as well, both at work and at home.Read More
Are we always looking beyond what’s easy when it comes to driving forward social change? This is a note about opportunity . . . and music videos.Read More
If you want to be more intentional about influencing social impact results at home, at work, and in your day-to-day life, this is for you. I’m not a life coach, I’m not a career coach, but I am your perfect partner if your priority right now is to leave a positive impact and social impact footprint on the world however you are able.Read More
“Buy less, choose well, make it last.” - Vivienne Westwood. Yes, this is a note about fashion.
This is the third of my series of Impact Boss™ interviews showcasing various case studies of how passionate individuals have found opportunity to integrate social impact into both their personal and professional lives. See how losing hair and a PhD reality check ignited a new community for Dr. Tiffany Johnson.Read More
I get asked this question a lot, especially from young men and women who have a background and undergraduate education similar to mine. Here is my response. This is part one of a two part discussion on business school and social impact. In my next Blog (hannahgay.com/blog/7) I will discuss how to get into social impact if you have an MBA and are feeling a bit stuck.
Is it our role to police language people use to empower themselves, even if we don't love it? I can't claim ownership to much more other than the language women are using to empower themselves, but I have some thoughts.