December 09, 2015

POP033: Building A Community (And Giving Back To It) With Tim McDonald


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Tim-McDonaldTim McDonald takes community to a whole new level. Not only is he the former Director of Community for The Huffington Post, Tim inspires leaders to take action and make a social impact within their communities and across the globe. Today he discusses the importance of social entrepreneurship, his incredible work with No Kid Hungry, and why even the smallest of initiatives can make a major difference within your community.


In this episode, we’ll cover:

  • Why leaders need to start thinking with greater perspective.
  • How small businesses can make a massive impact.
  • Why building partnerships within your community is a philanthropic and financial win-win.
  • How to develop a solid, social media strategy for any kind of business.
  • Ending childhood hunger in America with #nokidhungry.

Tim McDonald builds communities through individual relationships that inspire change and ignite movements. As the Purveyor of Purpose at Be The Change Revolutions, Tim leads the overall vision, strategy and execution of key client accounts on social media, blogger and influencer outreach. He is also the Co-Founder of CreatingIs, and is the former Director of Community for The Huffington Post, where he set strategies and oversaw a team of moderators for over 300 million comments and 70,000 bloggers. Tim is also passionate about making social impact in the world, and is an active member of team No Kid Hungry.


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