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Hi there, I'm Tippy, the founder and Chief Eternal Optimist of Goods that Matter. Making goods that matter is a passion that fuels me and fuels the causes I love. I’m so grateful to share this journey with you, so thank you for being here.

I'm is a social entrepreneur and designer who is passionate about helping to build sustainable growth, making the objects that we live with us work for us instead of against us, and ultimately wishing to contribute to greater happiness. I'm honored to be in the GOOD 100, 2013, named as one of 100 people pushing the world forward.

I'm available for guest talks and workshops on a variety of topics including social innovation, design, creative entrepreneurs, and social entrepreneurship. I'm also delighted to teach Social Political Design & Professional Practice for Designers at Loyola University as an…

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  • Female
  • Born on September 14
  • Joined January 11, 2011

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soap, ceramic, bamboo, wool, cotton, paper, water, found, historic, natural, scientific

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About

Hi there, I'm Tippy, the founder and Chief Eternal Optimist of Goods that Matter. Making goods that matter is a passion that fuels me and fuels the causes I love. I’m so grateful to share this journey with you, so thank you for being here.

I'm is a social entrepreneur and designer who is passionate about helping to build sustainable growth, making the objects that we live with us work for us instead of against us, and ultimately wishing to contribute to greater happiness. I'm honored to be in the GOOD 100, 2013, named as one of 100 people pushing the world forward.

I'm available for guest talks and workshops on a variety of topics including social innovation, design, creative entrepreneurs, and social entrepreneurship. I'm also delighted to teach Social Political Design & Professional Practice for Designers at Loyola University as an Adjunct Professor.

In September of 2010, I moved from Brooklyn to New Orleans after the BP Oil Spill in order to create BirdProject. I got my start on Kickstarter & I was inspired to form the company to continue to create eco products that give back to important causes.

Check out our goods, and please, if you have any questions, feel free to reach out, I'd love to hear from you.

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