Social Business

Our pastor recently shared some wisdom that’s worth sharing: “Inexperience doesn’t excuse inaction.” Inaction due to inexperience. I feel like that’s how most of our country responds to immigrants – especially refugees. We don’t have any frame of reference for their language, clothing, customs or...

I’m on the plane returning from one of the most impactful workshops I’ve ever attended. I spent two and a half days in New York City learning from one of the world’s leading brands, guided by an organization that is passionate about empowering local craft...

I was recently at home sick in bed for three days straight with strep throat. Although I caught up on tons of work while quarantined in my bedroom, I missed out on lots of life in the process. As the weekend rolled around and I...

Compassion & Capitalism. Two words we hear regularly, but I often feel like they are at odds with one another. I live amongst a population that is educated, involved and hard-working and as we get older and earn more, the trend is to buy a...

I remember the first day we went to see the office. From the carpet to the walls, everything was dark and stained. It had this lovely musty smell that really would inspire you to say, “This is going to be my new home."  I stood there while...

I’ll never forget the morning my husband Brad called me from the Kigali airport to tell me something was wrong. My 1-yr old son Hutch was napping and I was in the living room packing. A shipping container was coming in three days to move...