- Aneesha Raghunathan
Last fall I got a message through Facebook from Aneesha Raghunathan, the 18-year-old founder of Hope Line Fashions. I was so impressed with her work as a young social entrepreneur that I wanted to share it with you on this month's Big Vison Podcast. Hope Line's mission is to empower women around the world through the sale of unique T-shirts that are made by the women.
You can listen and subscribe to the Big Vision Podcast via iTunes, its landing page, or on the player above. If you have suggestions for people I should interview, please email me at britt AT brittbravo DOT com.
I have three workshops coming up:
- May 14: Blogging for Writers workshop at the Writing Salon in Berkeley, CA.
- June 1-22: My Juicy Blogging E-course: The Art and Play of Blogging for Artists, Writers, Creative Entrepreneurs and Do-Gooders.
- August 5: I'll be at BlogHer '11 in San Diego and leading the idea generation portion of The Write Brain – Essential Blog Content Development Workshop.
- How to Write the Recipe to Make Your Big Vision Real on the wishstudio
- Website: www.hopelinefashions.org
- YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/HopeLineFashionsInc
- Hope Line on Facebook
- Twitter: @hopelineinc
- Sarah Cook Interviews Aneesha Raghunathan of Hope Line Fashions on Raising CEO Kids (video)
- Hope Line Fashions on Do Something
- Website: http://brittbravo.com
- Blog: http://havefundogood.blogspot.com
- Twitter: @Bbravo
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/britt.bravo
• Zainab Salbi, Founder and CEO, Women for Women International
• Christina Arnold, Founder, Prevent Human Trafficking