Unleashing Social Change Podcast
Whether you are experienced at being a change maker, or just starting out on this amazing journey, you won’t want to miss a single episode!
In this episode we unpack the magnitude of the season. We discuss the threads of leadership lessons we saw woven throughout decades of service and the most prominent characteristics of authentic leadership.
Sharon is a truth teller and willing to question her own assumptions with enduring humility. She has traveled the world to pay witness and be of service. An educator through her decades of service, she brings people and their shared experiences together in community. Sharon has rooted her service in the interconnectedness of the web of life and is unwavering from the oneness of the universe.
The synergy between these lifelong friends is animating to witness. Somehow they are able to make the daunting and often draining work of social justice joyful and approachable. They authentically show up for their hometown and I am so proud to be in arms with them as I do my part in shaping the city where I have rooted my family.
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Each episode we interview a badass social change leader and learn the ins and outs of what they’re doing to make the world a better place. This podcast will help you feel optimistic that we can make a difference and give you practical tips about how to go about doing so in a big way.
Meet The Host
Becky Margiotta is the author of #1 bestselling book, Impact with Integrity: Repairing the World Without Breaking Yourself, cofounder and owner of The Billions Institute, LLC, and the host of the Unleashing Social Change Podcast.
She has trained thousands of people the world over on how to design and lead large-scale social change.
Margiotta directed the 100,000 Homes Campaign for Community Solutions, which mobilized 186 cities to permanently house more than one hundred thousand people who had previously been living on their streets. Her work has been profiled on 60 Minutes, NPR, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Stanford Social Innovation Review, and the Harvard Business Review. A graduate of West Point, she also served for nine years as an officer in the US Army, both in Special Operations and Special Mission Units. She earned a master’s degree in organizational change management from The New School University and has received a White House Champion of Change award, the Schwab Foundation’s Social Entrepreneur of the Year award, and the National Conference on Citizenship’s HOOAH award. She lives in Claremont, California, with her wife and their two kids.
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