What if we all paid closer attention and stepped up to learn to live more sustainably to make the present and future better for us all? The team at Louisville Grows in the Portland neighborhood exists to help us do just that!
Rather than weddings, graduations, & Derby parties, she works one on one with people of all ages planning the party of their lives, that they’ll never attend…their celebration of life.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to make someone execute a huge life change…to jump off a cliff, so to speak? We see success all the time on social media- it’s shoved in our faces but do you really understand what makes someone decide to go into business for themselves? I’m Jason Mudd and […]
Louisville is blessed to have amazing green spaces in & around the metro area for people to enjoy their favorite activities & reap the benefits of just spending time outdoors! Not only has Mother Nature blessed us with natural spaces, we have amazing people intentionally investing in the future development of our parks & their […]
There’s this book. You may have heard of it, by a woman you may have heard of, that birthed a global movement of women embracing ambition. The book is Lean In, by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, and it’s all about women owning their place in the professional world and claiming the lives they want for […]
A few weeks ago Jason and I sat down with Sommer Lally (Development Director) and DeeAnna Esslinger (Executive Director) of the Greater Kentucky & Southern Indiana Alzheimer’s Association. For those of you tuning in for the first time, I announced back in December that I am dancing in Dancing with the Prospect Stars. Each star […]
On this episode of the #502LeaderSeries, Yes Louisville CEO Jason Mudd chats with Karen Little, Executive Director of Alley Cat Advocates, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide for the humane treatment of unowned cats in the metropolitan area. In striving to accomplish this mission, their efforts focus on directing a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program […]
What began as a graduate school design project gave birth to a social enterprise that is now impacting hundreds of lives by creating income opportunities for women to escape lives of sexual exploitation in India & at home in Louisville. Maggie and Colleen Clines are the dynamic duo at the helm of Anchal Project, named […]
Hey Everyone! I hope everyone has had a great holiday season! And I hope 2019 will be your best year! So a lot has been going on between work, life, dance lessons & hitting the gym. It’s been busy, but it’s all good busy. Middle of October, I decided I needed to do something about […]