With the release of a new album, the frontwoman for Texas talks to Mission about collaborating with Wu-Tang Clan, dealing with high school bullies, and staying creative in a tumultuous year.
In this episode, the global philanthropist speaks on why advocacy for equality and justice must go beyond 2020, and the connection between doing good and making a profit.
In this episode, the entrepreneur discusses how he founded the urban indoor farming company Square Roots, and why upcycled shipping containers could change the future of farming.
In this episode, Kelly tells Mission about how she founded ID in 1993, the secret to a healthy work/life balance, and how to steer a team through a pandemic.
In this episode, Burak tells Mission about how he believes lockdown has impacted the creative fields, preparing tomorrow’s students for what’s to come, and what sustainable design truly entails.
Alexi Lubormirski is one of the most accomplished names in fashion photography. Beyond his creative work, Lubormirski utilizes his platform to enact social change, via Creatives 4 Change, an initiative to make the fashion industry more ethical.
Tina Lutz Morris tells Mission about her first steps into the heart of the fashion industry, what led her to founding her own companies, and how she makes the fashion industry work for her.
Libby Haan tells Mission about breaking into the fashion industry, her stories from the not-always glamorous fashion world, and her candid accounts of life with breast cancer.
Joining Mission today is our favorite women-in-tech advocate, Rosario Casas. A longtime friend of Mission and an all around tech savant, Rosario uses her extensive experience in the tech field to offer fine-tuned expertise to every project she approaches
Mission is joined by Hassan Pierre, the co-founder of Maison De Mode, a hybrid ethical fashion retailer that curates a selection of the best luxury sustainable fashion for their online boutique and brick and mortar pop-up shops.