What do you do when loss upends your life? Scarlett Lewis’s nonprofit aims to prevent school shootings by bringing social and emotional learning to schools.
Brittany Kendrick of Hydronomy has created solar-powered devices to capture moisture from the air and deliver it to neighborhoods that need it the most.
Jacquie Berglund has steered Finnegans through the years – and more recently, the pandemic and social unrest – to sell craft beers that fight food insecurity.
Anne Kauffman Nolon of Sun River Health is navigating the pandemic and reflecting on a 45-year career that’s “never boring.”
In Milwaukee, Paige Peters has built a patent-pending technology that treats wastewater 16 times faster than conventional methods.
Ngozi Okaro left law and a job at Yale to teach immigrant women about sustainable fashion and business practices.
Karen Washington, who coined the term ‘food apartheid,’ is passing the torch to a new generation.
Roseanna Means of Health Care Without Walls offers a new way to care for a female population with unique needs.
For Amy Hagstrom Miller, providing high-quality reproductive care to women is a mission.
After a difficult and lonely childhood, Debra White discovers peace through Winslow Farm animal sanctuary.
After 15 years running Mercado Global, Ruth Álvarez-DeGolia is taking on a bigger role to aid immigrant families from Central America.
If you now carry around a reusable shopping bag, you probably have Sharon Rowe to thank.
Natalie Chan of Bat Haus has seen positive change, despite a challenging year: “It’s almost like a gift.”
Jessica Schreiber left New York’s sanitation department to launch Fabscrap. She’s still reselling textile waste, despite the pandemic.
For Tania Isenstein of Camp Canine, the pandemic has become an agonizing waiting game.