Samantha Story-Camp is the Owner, Operator, and Goddess of Soap for Pip & Lola’s Everything Homemade, a Munhall-based vegan and vegetarian soap company. Her company makes over 150 different varieties of handmade hand and body, shave, facial, and shampoo soaps. She's also an actor and foster parent, and a believer in doing good/paying it forward/being an all-around awesome human.
PublicSource executive director Mila Sanina (and friend of Kim and Natalie) talked about the challenges of leading an independent newsroom in a time when journalists and journalism are frequently under attack. A very timely conversation with a fascinating Pittsburgher.
Yu-Ling Cheng Behr is an entrepreneur, marketer and business strategist. She currently serves as CEO for handbag and jewelry company Sandra Cadavid, and is active in Remake Learning and Kidsburgh. We talked to her about Sandra Cadavid and the challenges of educating kids in the digital age.
Jennifer March is Executive Director of Family House. She has a history of working with nonprofits, including the Children's Home of Pittsburgh, the Lemieux Family Center, the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and other arts and nonprofit entities in the region. A native of Berkeley, California, March came to Pittsburgh from Washington D.C., and was immediately enamored with the region's nonprofit sector.
She talked with us about her work with Family House and why she felt drawn to working in Pittsburgh's nonprofit sector.