Dozie Oheri is the Founder and CEO of Choose To DO, Inc., a Houston, Texas based 501 (c)3 non profit organization that that helps youth with underutilized potential, empowers them and gives them the skills they need to succeed. Through programs
Today is January 18th, 2021, the 35th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day federal holiday. In 1994, congress established the MLK federal holiday to be a national day of service to continue Dr. King’s dream of communities rooted in fre
Mark Monchek is the Founder of The Opportunity Lab, a strategy consulting firm which empowers leaders focused on conscious and sustainable growth.
Mark is the author of the Amazon bestseller, Culture of Opportunity: How to Grow Your Business in
"We often say at our facility, 'the opposite of addiction is connection.' Because with connection, that's how we help each other. We were put on this planet as tribal communities to help each other. We were not put here to be in isolation." -Ra
In this episode, Virginie Drouot (pronounced Droo-oh), social entrepreneur and Founder of EcoMind Set Inc explains the situation facing Hollywood as production begins reopening under a new set of safety provisions due to COVID-19.
Her start up,
“The most disrespected person in America is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America is the black woman.” - Malcolm X.
The tragic death of George Floyd led to Black Lives M
Today marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day!
In honor of today, host Sean Riley discusses the environment, climate change and their interrelatedness with the coronavirus in the time of COVID-19. This is not the time to become complacent. We m
Host Sean Riley discusses the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic of which 132,000 cases have been reported from 123 countries with now over 6500 deaths worldwide and no signs of slowing yet. Outside of China, it is still growing at an exponential
In this episode, host Sean Riley sits down with Mat Mahboub, on behalf of Gary Mahboub, founder of Friends of the Fatherless, an international charitable organization which partners with and provides education to orphanage directors around the
In this mini-episode of How Are You Helping, Host Sean Riley breaks down his “Five Key Lessons on Service” and what led up to the founding of a for-purpose podcast that highlights generosity, contribution, and inspiration.
In this episode, you’
In this episode, Rachael Roland shares her journey of founding her non-profit: BeLOVEd Beauty, a charitable organization which helps at-risk women (girls in the foster system and sex trafficking survivors) recover from past wounds and transitio
Ashley Daily, a senior at USC, sits down with us to discuss a new non-profit called Armory of Harmony which takes gun metal and melts it into musical instruments to distribute to high school and middle school music programs in schools in need a
How Are You Helping? is a new podcast that spotlights and supports people that are making an impact while developing initiatives to inclusively make the world better for everyone.
Our first episode features brothers Isaiah and Jeremiah Godby,
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