Social Founder Stories
Craftivist Collective founder Sarah Corbett talks deeply about gentle campaigning
Sarah Corbett, founder of the iconic Craftivist Collective, with her 50,000 global followers, tells us that she is at heart an introvert and a 'reluctant social founder’!
Sarah Corbett's founder journey, her brilliant use of social media, her ground-breaking creative campaigns, Craftivist workshops and her fast-selling 'How to be a Craftivist' book, all come together to create a powerful story about how one social founder can have far-reaching impact for individuals, for communities and globally.
Passionate about both craft and activism, Sarah uses what she calls "the gentle art of stitching" to engage people around the world in social justice issues, helping change laws, company policies, hearts and minds.
Sarah is incredibly honest in this in-depth interview, sharing the details of her campaign strategies, the agonies of self-doubt, and her tools for personal resilience, financial innovation, organisational growth and deep social impact. Enjoy listening to her story.
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