On June 21, a podcast interview with Ava went live with the Green Divas Radio Show. The Green Divas Radio Show—a one-hour, weekly and interactive internet-based radio broadcast—offers listeners low stress ways to live a deeper shade of green. Their goal is to inspire sustainable living from a guilt-free, low-stress perspective—making green information accessible to a broad audience using credible resources, humor and technology.
On June 20, a podcast went live with an interview with Ava Anderson by Katie Krimitsos, the Host of the Business Women Rock! Podcast. Katie conducts interviews with the world’s most incredible business women, sharing their inspiring and educational stories with business women everywhere! Ava certainly fits in that category.
You can hear the interview by going to the link below and listening to it on iTunes.
Ava is featured as a guest blogger in Maria Rodale’s Farm Country Kitchen blog. In her blog, Ava shares seven sunscreen shockers in an effort to educate you on safe sunscreen and how to navigate you through your choices.
On May, 21, 2014, the Environmental Working Group published their 2014 Sunscreen Guide.
For busy shoppers faced with a sea of beautifully-packaged bottles and tubes, the trick is figuring out which sunscreen represents the best value – and will get used by the whole family. EWG’s 2014 Guide to Sunscreens is designed to empower consumers with a user-friendly searchable database that puts them in charge.
You Beauty shares their natural picks to feel and look good all summer. Ava’s bb cream is recommended.
In April, Ava and Kim Anderson had an opportunity to contribute at the 2014 SEEED Summit. SEEED is the first national conference to focus on what is needed to build an effective social enterprise ecosystem that can drive economic development. A collaboration between Social Enterprise Greenhouse (Kim Anderson is a Board member), the Social Innovation Initiative at Brown University in Rhode Island, Worldways Social Marketing, and the SEEED at Brown student group, SEEED convenes 500+ ecosystem stakeholders including social ventures, practitioners, business leaders, academics, impact investors, students and policymakers.