In Pursuit of Impact: Choosing Zebras Over Unicorns
Join us for a Deep Dive with Jeffrey Hollender, co-Founder and former CEO of Seventh Generation and co-Founder of our Content Partner American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC) to discuss his IE Magazine article, Actions Speak Louder Than Words.
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Jeffrey Hollender is the CEO and co-founder of the American Sustainable Business Council. He also co-founded and served as CEO of Seventh Generation, is the author of seven books, and adjunct professor of sustainability and social entrepreneurship at the Stern Business School, New York University.
Laurie Lane-Zucker is Founder and CEO of Impact Entrepreneur, PBC, an impact economy business that hosts the Impact Entrepreneur Network — a large, global network of “systems-minded” entrepreneurs, investors and scholars of social and environmental innovation — and publishes Impact Entrepreneur Magazine. For over 30 years, Laurie has been a “pioneer” (Forbes) and recognized leader in sustainability, social enterprise, and impact investing. Laurie was the founding Executive Director of the international environmental organization, Orion Society, which publishes the celebrated Orion Magazine, as well as the founder of a global sustainability think-tank, the Triad Institute, and Hotfrog, a Founding B Corporation, GIIRS Pioneer Company, and the first company ever to complete an equity transaction on an impact investment exchange. Laurie is the bestselling and multiple award-winning publisher and editor of books and magazines on sustainability and social impact, and the author of numerous articles on entrepreneurship and impact investing.