Jessamyn Rodriguez, Founder and CEO of Hot Bread Kitchen, Joins Denver Frederick
It is simply wonderful when a person is able to combine two of their passions, and in so doing, creates something that is unique, interesting, and helps so many people to improve their lives and those of their families. And that is what my next guest has done by merging social justice with baking to come up with what some people refer to as the United Nations of Bread. She is Jessamyn Rodriguez, the founder and CEO of Hot Bread Kitchen. Good evening, Jessamyn and welcome to The Business of Giving.
Kathleen Kelly Janus, author of Social Startup Success: How the Best Nonprofits Launch, Scale Up, and Make a Difference, Joins Denver Frederick
Approximately two-thirds of nonprofit organizations never break through the $500,000 revenue barrier. They hit a wall, live a vicarious existence, and never have the opportunity to scale their efforts, even in cases where they are making an impact and a real difference. That is exactly what happened to my next guest with a nonprofit she started. But what she did next was…