Latest Episode: June 20, 2017
Episode 19: How To Let Everybody Win
“Let’s make mistakes with each other. We’re going to get it wrong. Let’s allow people to get it wrong and then have the honest conversation.” — Rich Tafel
Host Andy Horning talks with Rich Tafel, Managing Director of Raffa Social Capital Advisors and the former President of Public Squared, a social entrepreneur strategy-consulting firm. Rich’s passion is driven by a belief that we are all here to make the world a better place. From 1993 to 2002, Rich was the founding Executive Director of the Log Cabin Republicans, advocating equal rights for LGBT people in the U.S. He was one of America’s earliest political activists campaigning for gay marriage. He also pastors Church of the Holy City in Washington, D.C.
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