One of the most rewarding things about getting to know so many entrepreneurs is seeing first-hand how many of them are focused on so much more than just financial results. So many of the folks we connect with are focused on having a positive social impact on their community or the world at large. Check out some of these amazing folks below.

Joy Scola | Yoga Instructor

Through facilitating Yoga practices both in person and on YouTube, my business helps to raise the vibration of each individual which in turn raises the vibration of the world. When we feel tension and pain in our bodies, it generates an environment within ourselves that is not conducive to feeling our best which affects how we interact with ourselves and others. Read more>>

Bridget Trainer | Exercise Therapist, Personal Trainer & Fitness Instructor

By helping women feel good physically, they feel good mentally. And when you feel good about yourself, you have the confidence to attract great things and do amazing things in life. It’s not uncommon for my clients to go from struggling with dating or their careers to go after the job they dreamed of or attract the relationship they always wanted. It’s magical for me to see the transformation in someone’s life when they use fitness as a foundation. Read more>>

Emily George, LCSW, MS.Ed. | Owner Emily.George LLC: Clinical Supervision, Consultation, & Workshops ~ Adjunct Lecturer at NYU Silver School of Social Work

Schools are dynamic places of learning, community, and joy. I have worked in several over the last twenty years. Though so rewarding, it is also incredibly challenging. Stress, burnout, vicarious traumatization are all real. Whether a classroom teacher or school staff, we often put our own self care aside to prioritize the needs of our students. In my office, I not only saw students for counseling, but also had teachers on my couch who felt at the end of their ropes. Throughout the years, I asked myself, who is there to support our school staff as they work tirelessly to support students? Many of my school social work colleagues did not even have clinical supervision which is a best practice in our field. Identifying this gap inspired the idea for my business. I provide clinical supervision to social workers and counselors, facilitate workshops to enhance well being and self care, and more When teachers and school staff feel supported, they are in a much better position to support students. Hence my tagline: Support for those who support. Read more>>

Athan ‘Tom’ Prakas | Founder

When we complete a transaction, sometimes we help employ hundreds of people in the process. We to the tax base of the city, state & county. Read more>>

Jeffrey Tait | Managing Partner TFC Marketing

When it comes to business, I think about relationships and growth. Ultimately, good business should be beneficial for everyone involved in the transaction – the creator, seller, buyer, and anyone in between. That’s what success looks like to me. Especially during COVID times, watching and being able to assist in clients succeeding and expanding their business, employing others, and reaching more customers, continues to be a very rewarding process. Read more>>

Amanda Saleh | Owner of Sababa Studio

If it sets your heart on fire, even when the world tells you it’s never going to happen, I say go for it. When you want something bad enough, you will figure it out. Perhaps it’s that dream job, or your dream space for your studio. Whatever the case may be, go for it. If it doesn’t work out, get to the root of why it didn’t work out, and try again. What’s meant to be will always find a way. Read more>>