Previous Shows

Impact with John Shegerian produces new episodes every week. Visit regularly to explore our archive of past conversations below.

Grow & Manage Your NIL Business with Jim Cavale, Brendan Egan & Daniel Hennes

I’ve been an athlete for as long as I can remember. Sport has taught me the impact of intentional leadership, the collective power of the team, the freedom of discipline, the fruit of adversity, and the beauty of human connection. Sport is a stage. An athlete’s peak performance is temporary, but the stage of sport […]

Conservation in the Cloud with John Schulz

John Shegerian: Welcome back to Green is Good, and we’re so excited to have John Schulz on with us from AT&T. He’s the Director of External Affairs, and he’s in charge of everything sustainable, getting sustainability embedded all across the different platforms at AT&T. Welcome to Green is Good, John Schulz. John Schulz: Well, John, […]

Teaching Students the Values of Nourishment, Stewardship & Community with Angela McKee-Brown

Angela McKee-Brown brings over a decade of experience in the nonprofit sector designing and building meaningful food experiences with communities. She currently serves as the Executive Director of the Edible Schoolyard Project in Berkeley, CA. Prior to joining Edible, she served as the Director of Innovation and Strategy with San Francisco Unified School District’s Future […]

Indulgent Plant-Based Fare with Greg Dollarhyde

A decades-long journey through the restaurant industry, from washing dishes in Southern California, to stints at TGI Fridays, Pizza Hut and Baja Fresh, brought Greg Dollarhyde to Los Angeles-based Veggie Grill. The fast-casual restaurants feature indulgent 100% plant-based fare. The Veggie Grill’s claim to fame is its healthy slant — no trans fats, no hydrogenated […]

The Power of Humor with Dr. Jennifer Aaker & Naomi Bagdonas

Dr. Jennifer Aaker is the General Atlantic Professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a leading expert on how purpose and meaning shape individual choices and how technology can positively impact both human well-being and company growth. Her work has been widely published in leading scientific journals and featured in The Economist, The […]

Driving Reuse as a Business Focus with Brian Scudamore

Brian Scudamore launched 1-800-GOT-JUNK 24 years ago as a means to pay for his college education, but as the company grew and one hauling truck in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, became more than 1,000 in the U.S., Canada and Australia, he never looked back. The company is projecting a record year in 2013 with $126 […]

Rescuing Cats From All Over The World with Lynea Lattanzio

After a difficult divorce in 1981, Lynea Lattanzio, our founder, wanted to move to the quiet afforded by a place on a river. She settled on this 6 acre parcel in 1983. She often mused, “What was I thinking, single woman with no children living in a big house on 6 acres?” Nine years later, […]

Discussing Three-Point Sustainability with Kory Lundberg

John Shegerian: This episode of the Impact Podcast is brought to you by Closed Loop Partners. Closed Loop Partners is a leading circular economy investor in the United States with an extensive network of Fortune 500 corporate investors, family offices, institutional investors, industry experts, and impact partners. Closed Loops platform spans the arc of capital […]

Water Intelligence with Yaron Dycian

Yaron Dycian is chief product and strategy officer for WINT, a groundbreaking company that produces artificial intelligence-powered leak detection and water conservation devices. WINT serves some of the world’s largest organizations including technology, construction and real estate businesses. John Shegerian: This edition of the Impact Podcast is brought to you by ERI. ERI has a […]

Nourishing and Conserving with Dave Stangis

Dave Stangis, Vice President of CSR and Sustainability at Campbell Soup Company, has long had success with corporate sustainability initiatives at a number of well-known companies. Now he is trying to reduce Campbell’s impact without sacrificing its scope. John Shegerian: Welcome back to Green is Good, and we’re so honored today to have Dave Stangis […]

Building & Investing with Edward Lando

Edward Lando is an investor in 500 early stage companies. He was the first investor in Misfits Market and an early angel in 10 unicorns. He’s also helped start several other companies – Atom Finance, Goody and more now through Pareto Holdings with his business partner Jon Oringer. John Shegerian: This edition of the impact […]

The Power of Extravagant Tenderness with Father Gregory Boyle

Gregory Boyle is the founder of Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles, the largest gang-intervention, rehabilitation, and re-entry program in the world. In 1988 they started what would eventually become Homeboy Industries, which employs and trains former gang members in a range of social enterprises, as well as provides critical services to thousands of men and […]