Cofounder and CEO, DoneGood
Cullen Schwarz is a co-founder and CEO of DoneGood.
Cullen used to work as press secretary and spokesman for U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and several Members of Congress. He still thinks being engaged in the political process and voting and stuff is really important. But he believes the greatest tool we have for change is already in our pockets--it's the dollars we spend. It's a supply and demand economy and the more we demand products made with a positive social impact, the more the market will provide them! Cullen and his friends started DoneGood to make it easier for people to find and support businesses doing the right thing and use their purchasing power to create change.
Cullen grew up in a small town in northern Michigan and currently resides in Quincy, MA.
GA + Workbar Present: Intro to Boston's Social Impact Community
'Intro to Boston' is a series of events that highlight communities of thinkers and makers throughout the city of Boston. Each event will give a deep dive into a respective space.
GA + DoneGood present: The Good Behind Your Goods
GA + DoneGood are pairing up to highlight Boston innovators who are proving you can build a successful business while doing good for people and planet.
Tech For Social Good
Technology has transformed the way society interacts. In this talk we will hear from several companies who are utilizing tech as a tool for social good and driving connection.
Tech and Social Impact
This engaging speaker series examines how technology impacts — and will continue to impact — the way we live, work, and play.
Startups Using Tech for Social Impact
Learn from Boston's most impressive social entrepreneurs and startups to General Assembly to share how they are leveraging technology to make the world a better place.