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Episode 07: Jim Lynch of Zealandia

Episode 07: Jim Lynch of Zealandia

In this episode of Executive with a Cause, host Tammy Ven Dange chats with Jim Lynch, founder of Zealandia, an eco-sanctuary in Wellington, New Zealand. From a pipe-dream in the nineties to creating what’s heralded as the world’s first ‘mainland island eco-sanctuary’,...
Episode 06: Francis Owusu of Kulture Break

Episode 06: Francis Owusu of Kulture Break

In this episode of Executive with a Cause, host Tammy Ven Dange chats with Francis Owusu, Founder and CEO of Kulture Break. Kulture Break isn’t your average dance studio. Instead, it breaks stigmas and builds futures for young people. Still, the popularity of its...
Episode 05: Kelli Jackson of Women’s Adventure ACT

Episode 05: Kelli Jackson of Women’s Adventure ACT

In this episode of Executive with a Cause, host Tammy Ven Dange chats with Kelli Jackson –  Head of Women’s Adventure ACT, avid unicycler, Macpac Ambassador and 2022 ACT Woman of the Year. With an MBA and background in accounting, Kelli Jackson may not be...
Episode 04: Cindy Reese Mitchell of Mill House Ventures

Episode 04: Cindy Reese Mitchell of Mill House Ventures

In this episode of Executive with a Cause, host Tammy Ven Dange chats with Cindy Reese Mitchell, the founding Chief Executive Officer and currently the Chief Impact Officer of Mill House Ventures. Matchmaking and social impact probably aren’t two themes you expect in...
Episode 03: Clean Up Australia

Episode 03: Clean Up Australia

In this episode of Executive with a Cause, host Tammy Ven Dange chats with Pip Kiernan, Chair of Clean up Australia and their Managing Director, Terrie-Ann Johnson. When Clean Up Australia’s founder, Ian Kiernan was shocked by the amount of litter pollution in...
Episode 02: Julie Nichols of Handmade Canberra

Episode 02: Julie Nichols of Handmade Canberra

In this episode of Executive with a Cause, host Tammy Ven Dange chats with Julie Nichols, Founder of Handmade Canberra. Markets may not be a new concept, but when Julie Nichols, a trained milliner noticed there wasn’t a space for high-quality, handmade goods in...