While legislation is finally coming online to strengthen corporations’ voluntary commitments on forced labor, loopholes remain.
Author: Sherrell Dorsey
Ross Baird, founder and CEO of social impact investing firm Village Capital, is looking outside the Silicon Valley bubble for the next big business idea that will benefit communities of color.
SPECIAL SERIES: Black Lives Matter and Beyond: Corporate Leaders Respond
Should corporate leaders take responsibility for creating safe environments to discuss race and marginalization at work?
Social entrepreneur Alexis Gallivan promotes economic recovery and mobility through ice cream. We spoke with her to find out more about her new ventures in Haiti and Rwanda.
Hunger in America harshly affects 1 in 5 children. PepsiCo decided to take action with a hunger-relief program that has distributed 6.5 million meals since 2009.
SPECIAL SERIES: Rethink Reuse
“An item of clothing that may not have relevance to one person could mean the world to someone else,” explains Joi Gordon, CEO of Dress for Success.
SPECIAL SERIES: Sustainable Innovation: The Patience to Get it Right
From self-driving cars to pilot-less airplanes, what is the future of autonomous machines and where do humans fit in?
Project Just’s online platforms connect consumers with data on the brands they love. We spoke with co-founder Natalie Grillon about the transparency challenges fashion brands face, and how gamifying the shopping experience is changing the way consumers think about their favorite brands.
SPECIAL SERIES: MGM Defining Thought Leadership
Environmentalist pioneer Bill McKibben spoke with TriplePundit about the political barriers that threaten climate change policy as we approach the November elections.
CodeStart equips young people of color, between the ages of 18 to 24 without a college degree, with coding and critical-thinking skills, a desire for lifelong learning, and pathways to personal and professional development.
As one of very few female black CEOs in Silicon Valley, Stacy Brown-Philpot leads TaskRabbit’s commitment to increasing diversity in tech.
SPECIAL SERIES: Fostering Diversity and Purpose at Work
Code the Dream is hoping to turn things around for low income and immigrant communities through tech. Based in Durham, North Carolina, the program is designed to increase economic opportunities for undocumented residents by connecting tech students to better-paying careers in the city’s growing technology ecosystem.