One of the most rewarding things about getting to know so many entrepreneurs is seeing first-hand how many of them are focused on so much more than just financial results.  So many of the folks we connect with are focused on having a positive social impact on their community or the world at large.  Check out some of these amazing folks below.

Shannon M. Clark, MD | Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist and founder of BabiesAfter35,com

With BabiesAfter35, I wanted to share my own personal journey to motherhood, as well use my medical expertise as a Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist, to educate women on fertility, pregnancy, and motherhood after age 35, and especially after age 40. Since then, I have become an advocate and educator for this group of women. I use my social media outlets to discuss important topics related to fertility, pregnancy and motherhood after age 35, as well as women’s health in general. Read more>>

DJ Forrest | Artist & Entertainer

My company spreads positive energy and a temporary distraction from normal every day living. When we are able to impact a special wedding day, a huge corporate event, or a private party, there is an unmatched sense of joy and pride when accomplished! Read more>>

Darren Tompkins | Founder and Chairman

When you run a nonprofit the ultimate goal is social impact. When you run with an all-volunteer staff you are increasing that impact. Here at the Houston Halloween Horde (formerly the Houston Zombie Walk, we changed the name in 2020) we support teachers with $500 Amazon school supply grants. Teachers fill out a short form on our site and our Leadership Team meets to select winners. Read more>>

Brittany Daniel | Licensed Professional Counselor & Author

In having a mental health practice I am able to create an opportunity to redefine what mental health is and how it is regarded. Too often, especially in communities of color mental illness/mental health carries a negative stigma. Instead of allowing that stigma to persist my business aims to educate clients and members of the community alike. Through education, counseling, and mentorship programs, my business strives to change the narrative surrounding mental health making it common, personal, and a priority. Read more>>

Edgar Sermeno | Trainer

It makes a person be brave, have courage, learn how to be disciplined, gets to make healthier choices, confidence and brings up their self esteem. Since the doors have open which is 5 years ago. A lot of people have came and left. and (some are still with us.) But when they leave they dare different person. The gym has opened them up completely. Not to be scared as well not to by shy to ask for help. Everyone is in there to give it there 100 and to be the best version of themselves. What helps and makes it easier. Read more>>