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Jeff Kirschner on Sparking Impact w Raw Candor as Litterati CEO & Starting Your Movement w No Resources on Champions of Change w Lindsay Christianson

Lindsay Christianson published on

Today Jeff Kirschner Founder CEO of Litterati joins us in the Virtual Studio ; ) 

Jeff feels his sense si that, He is on this planet to share the stories of what's possible, then create the change to make them happen. 

Jeff Founded Litterati, a global community working to create a litter-free planet. They are taking a data-driven approach to understanding one of humanity's most complex and challenging problems. ( 

Litterati has been featured by National Geographic, USA Today, Time Magazine, Huffington Post, Upworthy, the San Francisco Chronicle, and many more. 

Jeff's also a public speaker. Over the last several years, He's been a keynote speaker for Fortune 500 corporations, universities, government organizations, and conferences. Examples include: Google, Facebook, eBay, Keep America Beautiful, the US Environmental Protection Agency, the University of Michigan, University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business, and 100+ others.

Previously, he was the Co-Founder and Creative Director of two other startups. Intro, an SMS-based platform designed to help conference speakers meet, engage, and follow up with their audiences. (Acquired by Bizzingo, Inc.), and Razz, a mobile entertainment company, backed by Mayfield Fund, Cardinal Venture Capital, Siemens Acceleration in Communications, and Guy Kawasaki's Garage Technology Ventures.

His career began at TBWA/CHIAT/DAY, where he was a writer working with clients such as Levi's, Sony, and Novartis. I've continued to consult to advertising agencies such as MuhTayZik Hofher working on clients such as Google and HP.

His passion lies in storytelling. He has written several scripts and taught Story at the Miami Ad School.

You can reach his anytime on Twitter @jeffkirschner



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