Elevating humanity through business

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Across the globe, humanity faces a host of challenges that can seem daunting to confront. The potential that exists in the business community for brave solutions to these challenges is palpable. Through business, we have the ability to alleviate poverty, create equity and justice, support health and well being for all and so much more. As the Conscious Capitalist community grows, so will the positive impact we’ll see due to the efforts of dedicated conscious business leaders around the world.

Abby holds a B.A. from West Chester University. Her professional background includes nonprofit volunteer and program coordination, project administration for a top pharmaceutical consulting company, and medical residency education program management. Abby now focuses primarily on events where she can apply her love of building inspiring experiences, facilitating meaningful connections and enthusiastically checking things off of extensive ‘to do’ lists. A one time entrepreneur, Abby and her business partner secured two patents for their unique packaging technology, “The Friend End”. Balm Chicky Balm Balm was featured on ABC’s Shark Tank season 6 and although they didn’t get ‘a deal’, product has been sold at a variety of retailers including Target stores, Wegman’s groceries and select Whole Foods Markets.

Abby is passionate about volunteerism and community involvement. She works closely with the Portland-based grassroots group Free Hot Soup which provides food and life saving supplies to people living on the streets. Abby also produced a semi-annual fundraising event called FINDpdx that benefits a local nonprofit providing support services to survivors of domestic violence and she also supports the Feast food festival which contributes funds to Hunger Free America and Urban Gleaners. In her free time, Abby gets into the great outdoors of her now home state of Oregon as often as possible and has recently begun a rather fervent weaving hobby that has over taken a large portion of both her time and living room.

Resourcefulness Award

As Conscious Capitalists, our team members recognize that conscious leadership is a process of continual improvement. We recognize everyone on our team as a leader and our leadership principles guide us as we strive, individually and together, to improve ourselves daily. We seek to recognize and celebrate our leaders when they exemplify our principles in action. For this purpose, we have created an award to recognize and honor our leaders in a public forum and hold them up as examples of true conscious leadership. We are delighted to recognize Emily Price for her excellence in displaying the Leadership Principle: Resourcefulness.

This Leadership Principle is based on the exciting idea that using your skills, strengths, and life experiences to solve challenging problems is not only efficient; it's personally and professionaly invigorating. Resourcefulness is not a chore; it's an opportunity to bring the best of yourself to any challenge and to learn, grow, and experience a well-earned accomplishment. Emily is a master of resourcefulness! Using her creativity, passion for the work of the Chapters, and excitement when it comes to find new ways to approach impacting the movement through Chapters, Emily is a shining example of Resourcefulness.

An asset to the CCI team as well as to the 5 Chapter Leadership Teams she supports, Emily loves the challenging work she does and brings her whole self to every opportunity to learn, grow, and accomplish great things for our Conscious Capitalism community. Please join us in celebrating Emily for her inspiring capacity in the Leadership Principle of Resourcefulness!

Get It Done

As Conscious Capitalists, our team members recognize that conscious leadership is a process of continual improvement. We recognize everyone on our team as a leader and our leadership principles guide us as we strive, individually and together, to improve ourselves daily. We seek to recognize and celebrate our leaders when they exemplify our principles in action. For this purpose, we have created an award to recognize and honor our leaders in a public forum and hold them up as examples of true conscious leadership. This month, we recognize Michael Higgs for his commitment the Leadership Principle: Get It Done.

This Leadership Principle is based on the simple truth that speed matters in business. Wherever there is an opportunity to make quick, informed decisions we should do so with the knowledge that we don’t need to study every single decision before taking action – some decisions are immediately actionable, putting us closer to our goal of serving our stakeholders.

Demonstrating a special blend of mindfulness and decision-making – Michael Higgs is tuned-in to the rhythm of the world around him and knows how to listen to his gut when it comes to moving actionable tasks from the “To Do” to the “Done” list in a timely fashion. He understands the necessity of this principle and has demonstrated a get it done approach for our whole team - inspiring us to follow his lead. Please join us in celebrating Michael for his exemplary capacity in the Leadership Principle Get It Done!

Quennie Potes


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The Conscious Capitalism movement is intended to spread humanity globally through business, and is a mission that gives entrepreneurs and founding business leaders a noble purpose while conducting in their specialty field of work. By setting the example, leaders can model best practices while always maintaining the goal of success. As the Conscious Capitalism community grows, Quennie hopes to reach out to leaders with the same intention through collaboration, and by teaching each other compassion, harmony and integrity.

Quennie holds a B.S. in Marketing from the Rider University School of Business. During her undergraduate years, she was a member of the “Minding our Business” Entrepreneurship program leading teams of middle school students inspiring them to strive for success in the business of their choice. She also enjoyed being a student-athlete on Rider University’s Division I Women’s Soccer team, and acted as the team representative in a majority of events, including the Annual “Women in Sports” Day.

Throughout her professional career, Quennie has over 12 years of marketing experience each in the corporate financial banking sector as a client service professional, and in hospitality as a bartender. She has maintained some great friendships throughout her career, and looks forward to gaining more relationships within the Conscious Capitalism community.  In her spare time, she enjoys cooking and sharing all kinds of cuisine, traveling the globe and learning about different cultures, creating new beverage concoctions, gardening, pottery, reading, and all things soccer.

“A party without cake is just a meeting.” – Julia Child
“A party without drinks is just not as fun.” – Quennie Potes

Ron Shaich


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Ron is the Managing Partner of Act III Holdings, a $300 million fund that will invest in public and private restaurant and consumer companies that are driving long-term value creation and have the potential to significantly dominate their market niches. He is a frequent speaker on the dangers of short-termism and rampant investor activism and the quarter-to-quarter thinking it has inspired. “I believe a long-term perspective, a commitment to transformation and industry-specific experience remain the most important contributors to competitive advantage today. I want to help others realize that competitive advantage, so I’m putting my money where my mouth is.”

Ron Shaich is the Founder, and former Chairman & CEO of Panera Bread, a groundbreaking restaurant brand that today has more than 2,400 bakery-cafes, over 120,000 associates and nearly $6 billion in annual systemwide sales. Highly respected for his ability to recognize and capitalize on marketplace opportunities, Ron disrupted an existing industry paradigm and found new pathways to building companies of value and with values. The result: Panera was the best-performing restaurant stock of the past 20 years, generating annualized returns in excess of 25% over the past two decades and delivering a total shareholder return 44 times better than the S&P 500 from July 18, 1997, to July 18, 2017 (when Ron led a take-private transaction for Panera).

Ron sits on the boards of Conscious Capitalism Inc., Clark University, Cava, Clover Food Lab, Life Alive Organic Cafe, Tatte Bakery and Cafe and Open World. He formerly served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Clark University and on the boards of Whole Foods Market Inc., the Rashi School, the Lown Cardiovascular Foundation and the Alliance for Business Leadership. Ron is also a co-founder of No Labels, an organization that promotes bipartisan political problem solving and the development of a long-term strategic plan for the country.

Lynne Twist


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For more than 40 years, Lynne Twist has been a recognized global visionary committed to alleviating poverty, ending world hunger and supporting social justice and environmental sustainability.

From working with Mother Teresa in Calcutta to the refugee camps in Ethiopia and the threatened rainforests of the Amazon, as well as guiding the philanthropy of some of the world’s wealthiest families, Lynne’s on-the-ground work has brought her a deep understanding of people’s relationship with money. Her breadth of knowledge and experience has led her to profound insights about the social tapestry of the world and the historical landscape of the times we are living in.

Acclaimed Author

Her compelling stories and life experiences inspired Lynne to write her best-selling, award-winning book “The Soul of Money: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Life” (W.W. Norton, 2003) which has been translated into nine languages including Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Bulgarian and Portuguese.

In addition, Lynne has contributed chapters to more than ten books including:

  • Women of Courage: Inspiring Stories from the Women Who Live Them, by Katherine Martin (New World Library, 1999)
  • Nonprofit Management 101: A Complete and Practical Guide for Leaders and Professionals” by Darian Rodriguez Heyman (Jossey-Bass, 2011)
  • Einstein’s Business: Engaging Soul, Imagination, and Excellence in the Workplace” by Dawson Church, Ph.D. (Elite Books, 2007)
  • Birth 2012 and Beyond: Humanity’s Great Shift to the Age of Conscious Evolution by Barbara Marx Hubbard (Shift Books, 2012)

Ms. Twist has written numerous articles for RSF Quarterly, Fetzer Institute, Noetic Sciences Quarterly, and YES! Magazine and Balance.

Consultant and Coach

Founder of the Soul of Money Institute, Lynne has worked with over 100,000 people in 50 countries in board retreats, workshops, keynote presentations and one-on-one coaching in the arenas of fundraising with integrity, conscious philanthropy, strategic visioning and creating a healthy relationship with money.

Her clients cover a wide variety of businesses social profit (nonprofit) and educational institutions including:

  • Nobel Women’s Initiative
  • Microsoft
  • Proctor & Gamble
  • Women Moving Millions
  • Dallas Women’s Foundation
  • Power of the Purse
  • Charles Schwab
  • United Way
  • The Red Cross
  • Amnesty International
  • Sierra Club
  • Women Presidents’ Organization
  • Young Presidents’ Organization
  • Entrepreneurs’ Organization
  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  • The Stanford Business School
  • MIT Sloan School of Management
  • Harvard University

Ms. Twist has been an advisor to several organizations, including the Desmond Tutu Foundation, Network of Grateful Living and The Nobel Women’s Initiative — an initiative of seven living Nobel Women Peace Laureates who work together to end violence against women and girls.

Keynote Speaker

A sought-after speaker, Lynne travels the world giving keynote presentations and workshops for conferences including: United Nations Beijing Women’s Conference, Nobel Women’s Conference on Sexual Violence, State of the World Forum Conference, Alliance for a New Humanity Conference with Deepak Chopra, Synthesis Dialogues with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Governor’s Conference on California Women, among others.

In addition, she has co-presented and shared the stage with some of today’s most influential thought leaders including:

  • Oprah Winfrey
  • Marianne Williamson
  • His Holiness the Dalai Lama
  • F.W. de Klerk
  • Stephen Covey
  • Riane Eisler
  • Deepak Chopra
  • Barbara Marx Hubbard
  • Jane Goodall
  • Jean Houston
  • John Gray
  • Jack Canfield
  • Paul Hawken
  • Van Jones
  • Roshi Joan Halifax and Archbishop Desmond Tutu Jody Williams Leymah Gbowee Angeles Arrien

Global Citizen

A teacher by training, Lynne’s desire to contribute to others moved beyond the classroom and onto the world stage when she became the chief fundraising officer for The Hunger Project, raising hundreds of millions of dollars in the course of her tenure.

In 1996, Lynne and her husband, Bill, co-founded The Pachamama Alliance — a social profit (nonprofit) organization whose mission is to empower indigenous people of the Amazon rainforest to preserve their lands and culture and, using insights gained from that work, to educate and inspire individuals everywhere to bring forth a thriving, just and sustainable world.

Lynne’s work as a global citizen encompasses membership in a prestigious group of social profit (nonprofit) boards including the Fetzer Institute, The Institute of Noetic Sciences, Bioneers, Educating Girls Globally, Youth for Environmental Sanity, and Partnerships in Youth Empowerment.

Lynne also serves as an advisory board member for the California Institute of Integral Studies, Global Youth Action Network, The International Museum of Women and The Center for Partnership Studies, among others. She is a member in good standing of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, The Social Venture Network, The National Society of Fundraising Executives, The Transformational Leadership Council, Evolutionary Leaders Coalition, The Turning Tide Coalition, Women Donors Network.

As a result of her work as a global citizen, Lynne has been featured in over 10 films including: “The Shift” (Michael Goorjian, 2010), “Crude Impact” (James Jandak Wood, 2006) and “Women of Wisdom and Power” (Lili Fournier, 2000) and “Money & Life (Katie Teague).

In addition, she has been interviewed by dozens of media including The Huffington Post, “Mehmet Oz Radio,” Oprah and Friends Radio, NPR, The Chicago Tribune, The San Francisco Chronicle and PBS.

Honoree

As a result of her work around the world, Ms. Twist earned an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Centenary College and has won numerous awards including the United Nations Woman of Distinction award, honoring her work to end world hunger; the Purpose Prize Fellow; Humanitarian of the Year Award from Youth at Risk; Humanitarian of the Year Award from the City of Fairfield, Iowa; Heroes of the 21st Century award from the Social Venture Network; Entrepreneurs’ Award from Katalysis Partnership; The Rainforest Champion Award from the Rainforest Action Network; the Nautilus Book Award; the New Dimension Broadcaster Award and the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights Award for Breakthrough Visionary Leadership; the 2015 GOI Peace Award, which she received in Tokyo, Japan; the Greenheart International Award 2016 and the Limitless Women Award 2016.

Most recently, Ms. Twist was awarded the Conscious Visionary Award from Sedona, Arizona’s Illuminate Film Festival in May 2018, as well as the Service Award from the American India Foundation in March 2018.

Lynne and her husband, Bill, live in San Francisco, California, and take delight in their three adult children and five grandchildren.

Emily Price


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Guided by an inimitable desire to lead human beings to thrive, Emily Price has discovered that Conscious Capitalism is the global path forward. She has learned through both personal and professional experiences how suited conscious business practices are to elevating humanity, empowering communities, and transforming the world. Emily is wholly driven to support individuals and organizations to do just that — leverage business as a force for good.

Graduating from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor’s in Health Sciences and a Master’s degree in Health Promotion, Emily furthered her education with a minor in Nutrition and a Graduate Certificate in Public Health. Her passion for total wellbeing led her to pursue a career in corporate wellness prior to joining the CCI team. Her obsession with organizational culture and development fuels her involvement in the Kansas City community where she and her husband Michael reside.

In her spare time, she loves to uplift others by instructing yoga classes, facilitating workshops, and making personal connections at every opportunity. Backcountry hiking, international travel, group fitness workouts and perfecting her french press coffee help Emily maintain an active lifestyle all while somehow keeping the ‘majority’ of her houseplants alive.

Resourcefulness Award

As Conscious Capitalists, our team members recognize that conscious leadership is a process of continual improvement. We recognize everyone on our team as a leader and our leadership principles guide us as we strive, individually and together, to improve ourselves daily. We seek to recognize and celebrate our leaders when they exemplify our principles in action. For this purpose, we have created an award to recognize and honor our leaders in a public forum and hold them up as examples of true conscious leadership. We are delighted to recognize Emily Price for her excellence in displaying the Leadership Principle: Resourcefulness.

This Leadership Principle is based on the exciting idea that using your skills, strengths, and life experiences to solve challenging problems is not only efficient; it's personally and professionaly invigorating. Resourcefulness is not a chore; it's an opportunity to bring the best of yourself to any challenge and to learn, grow, and experience a well-earned accomplishment.

Emily is a master of resourcefulness! Using her creativity, passion for the work of the Chapters, and excitement when it comes to find new ways to approach impacting the movement through Chapters, Emily is a shining example of Resourcefulness. An asset to the CCI team as well as to the 5 Chapter Leadership Teams she supports, Emily loves the challenging work she does and brings her whole self to every opportunity to learn, grow, and accomplish great things for our Conscious Capitalism community. Please join us in celebrating Emily for her inspiring capacity in the Leadership
Principle of Resourcefulness!

Diane Sutter


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Diane Sutter’s career has included radio and television station management, overseeing a television and radio station group, and owning and operating television stations. She currently consults for radio and television stations, media companies, financial institutions and other organizations.

In addition, she conducts management training and development for companies and organizations as a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach. Sutter also works with organizations to implement Conscious Capitalism and “Purpose” in their company.

ShootingStar Broadcasting is the media company she formed to acquire and operate television and radio stations. The company owned the CBS affiliate in Abilene, TX (KTAB) and MyTV New England (WZMY-TV) in the Boston, MA market.

Ms. Sutter also served as the Trustee for the KFWB Asset Trust (The Beast 980-All Sports Radio) in Los Angeles, CA and facilitated the sale of the station. Sutter currently sits on the Advisory Board of Media Vista Broadcasting, Naples, FL. She is also a member of the Advisory Board of Futuri Media, LLC, Cleveland, OH. Previously, she was a member of the Board of Directors of JW Broadcasting and consulted for the four station TV group in Columbia, MO until it was sold.

Ms. Sutter served as the President of Shamrock Television, in Burbank, CA, a division of Shamrock Holdings, Inc., owned by the Roy Disney family. Sutter oversaw three network affiliates for Shamrock and was responsible for station operations and acquisitions.

Prior to that, Ms. Sutter served as Executive Vice President of Operations for Shamrock Broadcasting, which operated 23 major market radio stations as well as three network television stations. She came to the corporate offices in Burbank, CA from Lexington, KY where she was the Vice President and General Manager of Shamrock’s ABC Television Affiliate there.

Her radio broadcasting career began in Pittsburgh, PA where she held numerous positions in radio, rising from newsroom producer through sales to sales manager, station manager, and general manager. She joined Shamrock Broadcasting and served as Vice President and General Manager of Shamrock’s AM/FM combination in Pittsburgh, PA.

Previously, Ms. Sutter worked on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. in various capacities for members of both the House and Senate. Her last position was as the Press Secretary for a congressman from Chicago, IL.

Industry/Community Associations

Ms. Sutter is actively engaged in both her industry and community. She currently serves as the Chair of the FCC Advisory Committee on Diversity and Digital Empowerment. In 2008, she was appointed to the FCC Advisory Committee on Diversity for ​Communications in the Digital Age and was ​​​​re-appointed in 2009, 2011, and 2012 by multiple FCC Chairmen. Sutter also is a member of the Advisory Board of Multicultural Media, Telcom and Internet Council (MMTC).

She served as the National Chair of the Alliance for Women in Media (AWM) and on their National Board. In addition, she served on the Entrepreneurial Leadership Council of Suffolk University’s Sawyer School of Business, and as a member of the Emerson College National Advisory Committee on Diversity in Boston, MA.

​Ms. Sutter is a member of Conscious Capitalism LA and the All Star for Kids Council of the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. She also serves on the Dean’s Advisory Council for the American University School of Communications, Washington, DC. Previously she was a member of the Alumni Advisory Council for Allegheny College, Meadville, PA.

Broadcast Leadership Training Program

Ms. Sutter created and developed the Broadcast Leadership Training (BLT) Program for women and minorities sponsored by the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF). She serves as the “Dean” of the executive-MBA style, 10-month program to train women and minorities to become broadcast owners and group heads and teaches many of the sessions. The program is in its nineteenth year and has 307 graduates, many of whom have gone on to ownership or have been promoted to “C” suite level positions in the industry.

Awards and Recognition

Radio Ink magazine named Sutter one of The Most Influential Women in Radio in 2017 and 2018. She was also named one of the 20 Top Leaders in Radio by Radio Ink Magazine. The Broadcasters Foundation of America honored Ms. Sutter as a 2017 Ward Quall Leadership Award recipient in recognition of her career contributions to the broadcast industry and the community at large.

In 2014, Sutter received the Trailblazer Award, from the Mentoring and Inspiring Women (MIW’s) at the NAB Radio Convention, recognizing her efforts to create and serve as the Dean of the Broadcast Leadership Training Program and mentor women and others in the industry. In 2011, she was chosen by the Alliance for Women in Media to be recognized for her contributions to the industry for the organization’s 60th Anniversary.

The NAB honored Ms. Sutter as the recipient of their Leadership Award at their national convention in 2009. Sutter was the 2008 recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council.

The Alliance for Women in Media has also honored Ms. Sutter with their National Achievement Award. In addition, she was the first radio industry recipient of the Alliance’s Genii Award from the Los Angeles Chapter.

Education/Location

Ms. Sutter received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from Allegheny College in Meadville, PA, and her graduate degree in Public Relations from American University, School of Communications, in Washington, DC. She is also a certified Gallup Strengths Coach.

Ms. Sutter currently resides in Encino, CA.

Amanda Kathryn Roman


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Amanda Kathryn Roman has been called a cultural translator, a catalyst for creativity, an innovative designer, a dynamic high-energy speaker, a rockstar facilitator, a maven network-builder, and a transformational coach. She is a wanderlust woman who travels the world training, speaking, and connecting leaders from a variety of sectors for sustainable impact in their field; an adventure-seeking wife that has enjoyed living on both coasts with her husband and countless joyful road trips; and a fierce momma of three who schedules dance parties and road-trips with her magical children. Amanda lives in passionate pursuit of service to others and for more than two decades has been traveling in planes, trains, automobiles, buses, boats—and even a gondola—while successfully navigating the board meetings of countless service organizations; the green rooms of local and national media outlets; the halls of Congress; the inner sanctums of Fortune 500 companies; the offices of international policy organizations and elected officials in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland, Romania, and Germany; the West Wing of the White House and the chambers of state legislatures; as well as the homes of philanthropists to deliver sustainable results imbued with love and legacy. Amanda has trained thousands and is recognized as a trailblazer in the fields of leadership, government, and community engagement having worked in every state in the US. She has undergone extensive training in the science of happiness, the proven strategies of high performance, and holistic lifestyle practices in which she roots her offerings through coaching, training, speaking, and event design. Amanda’s work has been profiled in a variety of outlets including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and New York Post.

At Conscious Capitalism, Inc. Amanda is building on her twenty-five years in executive leadership where she bridged significant divides and created numerous alliances between the public and private sectors by connecting stakeholders from the arenas of business, investment, academia, government, community and media to unleash the potential of each individual in the ecosystem. Now she drives innovation and strategic alignment for Conscious Capitalism while directing the incubation of learning and development experiences that support business leaders in integrating and implementing conscious business principles through mastermind gatherings, on-site workshops, site visits, and online curriculum.

Amanda also leads engagement to support a diversified representation of business leaders in the growing global movement of Conscious Capitalists. Internally, she provides organization-wide coaching and serves as a member of the Conscious Capitalism, Inc. leadership team to support organizational development.

Based in the New York City metropolitan area, Amanda enjoys spending time in the great outdoors; adventuring with family and friends; running marathons; dancing whenever the mood strikes her; practicing yoga every damn day; drinking espresso, red wine & mezcal {not all at the same time}; reading voraciously; traveling to satisfy her wanderlust soul; and listening to classic rock while she is on the go.

Dev Patnaik


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Dev Patnaik is the CEO of Jump, a strategy and innovation firm he co-founded in 1998. He is a trusted advisor on strategy and innovation to leaders at many of the world’s most admired companies. Dev is a frequent keynote speaker at major forums, and his writing has appeared in BusinessWeek, Forbes, Fast Company, and many others. He is the author of the book Wired to Care, named one of the best books of the year by both Fast Company and Business Week. Malcolm Gladwell called Wired to Care “just what we need for the lean years ahead.” His forthcoming book, Unleash, is a playbook for leaders trying to grow their businesses in times of extreme change.

When not at Jump, Dev is an adjunct professor at Stanford University, where he teaches a course called Needfinding. In the class, students draw upon methods from anthropology, design, and business strategy to discover insights about people and create new products and services.
Dev holds a B.S. in Product Design from Stanford University.

Amanda Bogorad


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Amanda truly believes that business can be a force for good in our communities. It is with that belief that she passionately leads the charge in the Midwest Region’s three chapters in Columbus, Indianapolis, and Kansas City. The best part about her job is working with the Advisory Boards and volunteers whose passion for Conscious Capitalism brings phenomenal speakers, events, and partners to the engaged participants of the Chapters she serves.

With a goal of “make the world a better place,” Amanda has spent the last thirteen years working for nonprofit organizations, governmental organizations, political campaigns, and higher education.

Amanda is passionate about hanging out with the menagerie she keeps at home: her husband, 2 kids, 2 dogs, 1 cat, and 6 chickens. She loves being a part of the community and is currently involved in Seeds of Caring, a volunteer organization for kids 2-12 and serving on the PTF at school. At night you can find her teaching ShaktiRize, an empowering all women’s yoga/dance class.

Operational Excellence Award

As Conscious Capitalists, our team members recognize that conscious
leadership is a process of continual improvement. We recognize everyone on
our team as a leader and our leadership principles guide us as we strive,
individually and together, to improve ourselves daily. We seek to recognize
and celebrate our leaders when they exemplify our principles in action. For
this purpose, we have created an award to recognize and honor our leaders
in a public forum and hold them up as examples of true conscious
leadership. This month, we recognize Amanda Bogorad for her outstanding
Commitment to Operational Excellence.


Amanda joined the Conscious Capitalism Inc. team just 6 months ago. In that
short time, she has taken thoughtful and deliberate effort to create a
community engagement program that considers the needs of all of our
stakeholders, prioritizing their strengths and needs, and constantly
working toward improving this effort. She is an engaged and focused partner
for all of our community members, continuously advocating for the
win-win-win solution in all challenges and their associated opportunities.
Amanda is committed to doing the tough intellectual work necessary to drive
exponential positive impact, and we see the fruits of her labor in the
success of her community engagement efforts. Amanda is an inspiration to
our CCI team – demonstrating commitment to operational excellence in all of
her endeavors. Please join us in celebrating Amanda for her inspirational
commitment to excellence!

Doug Levy

Doug Levy


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Doug Levy’s passion is leading companies that change things. He is Founder and CEO of sharing economy start-up, TapGoods, and Cloud management leader, Technology Spa. He’s also co-author of Can’t Buy Me Like: How Authentic Customer Connections Drive Superior Results.

Doug’s start-up, TapGoods, enables people to rent what they need and return it when they’re done — savings lots of money and space — or earn some easy money by renting out what they’re not using. TapGoods helps its users get more use out of the goods that so often sit idle in garages, storage closets and attics.

Technology Spa supports its clients in fully leveraging the benefits of the private, public, and hybrid Cloud. We help clients plan for, move to, and operate in Cloud environments that maximize the potential of business systems for uptime, cost savings, and, perhaps most importantly, peace of mind – hence, our company name, Technology Spa.

Doug serves as co-Chairman of the Board of Conscious Capitalism, Inc., and chair of the organization’s annual CEO Summit.