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Streets Dept Podcast – SN 2, EP 2: Building Tech to Better the World, An Interview with MilkCrate CEO Morgan Berman

December 11, 2018

So excited to chat with Morgan Berman for the Streets Dept Podcast today! Morgan is an award-winning social entrepreneur and the CEO of MilkCrate, a mission driven tech company that helps other mission driven organizations achieve their impact goals.

Morgan has presented at Forbes 30 Under 30, was listed by the UN Foundation as one of the “Top 10 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch,” and even invited to the White House for Clean Energy Plan talks. She has been a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, a Fellow at the Rothschild Fellowship, and an Environmental Leadership Program Senior Fellow. She’s also a Brazilian jiu-jitsu Blue Belt, which she got into to help deal with the stress of starting her own business.

Check out my conversation with Morgan Berman now below, or on any major podcast streaming platform by searching “Streets Dept Podcast”!

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Season 2 of the Streets Dept Podcast is brought to you by our brilliant sponsors at Temple University and Lyft! Each episode is mixed and edited by our Producer Mike Mehalick and recorded at the legendary Indy Hall coworking space in Old City, Philadelphia.

One Comment leave one →
  1. December 15, 2018 9:34 pm

    I loved the morgan podcast, she’s a brilliant woman!

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