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Who Should I Interview Next?

By Nell Edgington



Robert EggersI’ve been doing the monthly Social Velocity Blog Interview for 2 1/2 years now and have talked with more than thirty inspiring leaders in the world of social innovation. But now I need your help.

Over the last few years, I’ve interviewed

And many, many more.

It’s been amazing to hear from these leaders about where we’re going in the world of social change and where they hope to take us. You can see all of the past interviews here.

But now I’d like your ideas for who I should interview next. What all of these interviewees have in common is that they are people who are pushing boundaries, asking hard questions, creating new realities, making real social change. Who’s next?

So help me add to the list. If you have a suggestion for who I should interview next, leave a comment below or email me at info@socialvelocity.net. Thanks for your help!

 

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About the Author: Nell Edgington is President of Social Velocity (www.socialvelocity.net), a management consulting firm leading nonprofits to greater social impact and financial sustainability. Social Velocity helps nonprofits grow their programs, bring more money in the door, and use resources more effectively. For more information, check out Social Velocity consulting services and clients.


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2 Comments to Who Should I Interview Next?

Jeff Raderstrong
January 18, 2013

Man, every person I thought of, you have already interviewed!! It’s quite an impressive list.

What about some government folks? Such as Jonathan Greenblatt, or other people at the White House Office of Social Innovation? Or people involved in the crowdfunding movement? Awesome Foundation, Nathaniel Jame at PhilanthroGeek.

Or any of the leaders of VPP’s investment partners: http://www.vppartners.org/portfolio They are all very impressive people doing incredible work, but of course, I’m biased.

Nell Edgington
January 21, 2013

All great ideas, Jeff. Thanks!

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