sustainability

Green Garage Member Stories – Brad Dunn

Brad Dunn is the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of the app development company 4Thought Studios, which is currently developing their first app, Epochly, a social scheduling app. Brad says that he has always been interested in technology, and that his interest was strengthened by his work during and after college when he worked for …

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Green Garage Member Stories – Nicole Braxton

The Green Garage is home to a strong, diverse, and supportive community of professionals. We work across a wide array of industries but share a commitment to each other and to minimizing the environmental impact of what we do. We believe that people are more likely to succeed when they’re surrounded by a supportive community, …

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Green Garage Member stories – Gracie Xavier

The Green Garage is home to a strong, diverse, and supportive community of professionals. We work across a wide array of industries but share a commitment to each other and to minimizing the environmental impact of what we do. We believe that people are more likely to succeed when they’re surrounded by a supportive community, …

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Video Oral Histories of the Green Garage

Last month, Liz Riedman, an Anthropology Master’s student at Wayne State University, interviewed three of the original founders of the Green Garage, Helen Bradley and Don and Mitzi Carter. The interviews were recorded and are below for you to listen to. The videos are brief, each not more than 5 minutes, but they do provide a sense …

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Mistakes are the compost for growth and learning

Every Thursday from 12:00-1:30, the Green Garage hosts an open lunchtime conversation about the leadership of triple bottom line businesses. Regularly in attendance is Harriet Greenwood, who operates her consultancy Greenwood Solutions out of the Green Garage. This post, originally published in Harriet’s blog, was inspired by the conversation at one of those lunches.  * …

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