August 19, 2016

EP. 21 — Patty Stonesifer

Patty Stonesifer had a successful career at Microsoft – and she gave it all up to run a not-for-profit in Washington, DC. In this episode, she talks to David about her efforts to increase access to food, and how we can emulate that around the country.

This episode is sponsored by The Great Courses and Helix Sleep.

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