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.

Tania Vargas | Psychotherapist, Photographer, Author

One of the first reasons I got into social work was the desire to help others. Through my education and work experience, I have seen first hand and learned all about the injustices and inequities in the United States and around the world. My move into private practice focused on the disparity of qualified therapists of color for low income and the BIPOC community. It is important to have representation and for people who are seeking mental health services to have providers who look like them and speak their language. Read more>>

Kelz(lison) “Dr. Kelz” Smith | The Freedom Coach

I am passionate about FREEDOM, as a mindset, building L.I.T ( Lifted, Inspired, Transformed) people and leaders within their community while showing everyday individuals how to monetize their gifts and talents to live an Unfiltered life. My purpose is to train mega people, become mega leaders, and impact the world in a mega way. Through music, politics, art, and motivational coaching, my enthusiastic demeanor bridges generational and cultural gaps in leadership with UNFILTERED LOVE. Read more>>

Nathalia Andrade | Creative Director & Designer

The idea behind Nahauz has always been to create a brand that will have an impact on the world and on local communities and, at the same time, to work on what we are passionate about. As a designer, I have focused on excellence and creativity, while being socially conscious, to create the most exquisite and unique pieces of furniture, fixtures, accessories, and décor using handcrafting methods. Let me tell you more about my vision. It was born from the desire to rescue and bring back to life traditional craftsmanship, like natural fiber weaving, wood carving, macramé techniques, carpentry, ceramics, metal forging, stone carving, and many others. Read more>>