Julie Noblitt

Julie Noblitt is a social enterprise strategist, tech-for-social-good geek, writer, and community manager pursuing her MBA at Presidio Graduate School for Sustainable Management in San Francisco.

Twelve Companies Commit to Providing “Good Work” for Freelancers

Twelve companies – including DoorDash, VetPronto, Care.com, CareLinx, LeadGenuis, and Managed by Q – have now committed to taking action on one or more of the tenets of the Good Work Code, an overarching framework of eight values that are the foundation of good working conditions for freelance and independent workers.

Omidyar Network’s New Frontier Capital Report: A Call to Action for Investors

Low- and lower-middle-income (LMI) populations in emerging markets – those who make between $2 and $8 per day – collectively spend $3 trillion per year. What this surprising figure means for investors is an unprecedented opportunity to effect both social impact and financial return. So concludes a new research report by Omidyar Networks announced at SOCAP 2015 in San Francisco.

Huffpost Impact: CSR in Action

Interview with Brian Sirgutz, Senior Vice President of Social Impact at The Huffington Post on corporate underwriting and CSR.

Green Bronx Machine Turns Bronx Students Into Urban Farmers

“I don’t see crisis. I see opportunity,” Stephen Ritz, founder of the Green Bronx Machine, said in an exclusive interview at the Social Innovation Summit. “I’m not into incremental change. I’m into wholesale change. I want to transform lives.”