(October 28, 2021) Madeleine Shaw is a multiple award-winning social entrepreneur with more than twenty-five years of experience launching ventures with a social change agenda. At age 25, she founded Aisle, a privately held business whose sustainable menstrual care products are now sold in more than 40 countries worldwide. She’s established the charity United Girls of the World Society, and G Day, a national rite of passage celebration series for adolescent girls. In 2017 she launched Nestworks, a family-friendly co-working. Whether you’re a nonprofit start-up, charity start-up, or something in between, Madeleine Shaw is all about incorporating the ideas of social and environmental benefit into your operating principles.
Now she’s written a book, The Greater Good: Social Entrepreneurship for Everyday People Who Want to Change the World, and Madeleine Shaw joins us today from her home near Vancouver.
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