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E11S8: Business Giving for Impact with Masami Sato

Summary & Key takeaways

This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship (more info below)

The business of business giving.  How does it work? Does it work?

This week’s guest story starts with a healthy food business and evolves into one of the biggest most successful business philanthropy efforts working with 3k business and over 220M giving impacts called B1G1.

Masami Sato is originally from Japan. Masami has lived in over 30 countries in 5 continents. She is a teacher, translator, natural food chef (and a farmer!), author and award-winning entrepreneur as well as a mother of two teenage children.

In Episode 11 of Season 8, listen to the non-linear and authentic path that is Masami’s career and life.  From backpacking in Central America; to starting a healthy food business, and living above an industrial kitchen to becoming an award-winning entrepreneur, two-time TEDx speaker and book author.

Check out previous seasons & episodes of our Award-Winning Social Change Career Podcast.

  ***Episode recorded on March 11rd, 2021

Key Links 

B1G1

Masami’s page

Masami’s Linkedin

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