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.
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!