We are so inspired by the businesses in our community because of how many of them are committed to helping to make the world better than it is today. Check out some great businesses below and how they are helping others.

Shaney jo Darden | Founder, Keep A Breast

The Keep A Breast Foundation provides free access to breast health education and via The Keep A Breast App. The KAB App is available in English, French and Spanish and has been used by thousands of women globally. We advocate for the self-check as we’ve so commonly come in contact with young women who have found their own lumps (both benign and malignant) “by accident.” Read more>>

Jacob Burton | Vocal Coach

As a vocal coach, it’s my job to empower voices. Your voice represents your agency in this world. Without a voice you can be massively stifled in all areas of your life. Singers, speakers, and business people all need to have voices that properly represent their message, and I have the great honor of empowering those people to go out and impact their communities. Read more>>

Ivory Howard | Yoga and Pilates Instructor

As beginner yoga practitioner, I struggled to find examples of others who looked like me. I researched different poses and did not find anyone who looked like me or had my body type. Without this information, it was sometimes difficult to know how to get into a pose or what my body would look like in the pose. 
Yoga is practiced by many different people with different body types and that diversity should be welcomed, visible and celebrated so that everyone feels welcome in this community. Read more>>

Nichol Whiteman | Chief Executive Officer

The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation envisions a city where everyone regardless of ZIP code has the opportunity to thrive. We are tackling the most pressing problems facing Los Angeles with a mission to improve education, health care, homelessness, and social justice for all Angelenos. Through a social justice lens, we run and fund proven programs that level the playing field and invest in solutions driven by the communities we serve. Read more>>

Adam Quigley | Recovery & Wellness Specialist, Owner of BLV Performance Therapy

The worlds of Sports and Entertainment are staples in the cultures and communities across the globe. The individuals who put in this tireless effort, years of mental and physical stress, and live lives of committed action are those who I work with. If we as humans allow our skillsets to support each other in achieving our goals and aspirations, the journey along the way becomes just that much simpler. This is how community is built. Read more>>

Emily Haan | Retail Store Owner

Remington is a socially conscious brand that intentionally sources unique handcrafted products that celebrate artisans and honor cultures. We partner with brands that are changing the world by treating people fairly, using sustainable and ethical practices and giving back to the most vulnerable. Read more>>

Seva Mouler | CEO and Founder of Two Pillars

At Two Pillars we have one common goal for every product we make. Each step in our process, from design to production, aims to make looking after yourself more sustainable. Since 2017 we have been creating innovative and eco-conscious products for the modern kitchen. We have been featured on Good Housekeeping, and Mashable and sold in over 100 countries in stores like Walmart, Bed Bath and Beyond, Walgreens, and more. Read more>>

Lela Grace | Mental Wellness & Life Coach

My work as a coach revolves around helping people rewrite their life stories. We all inherit narratives about ourselves from our families, our peers, and society. Then we reinforce these stories through self-talk. How do we speak to ourselves when no one else is listening? How do we perceive ourselves? And how does this impact the way we live our lives? I believe that by getting curious about who we are and what we need to thrive, we open ourselves up to more easeful living. Read more>>

Dr. Irene Yaymadjian | Founder | Clinical Director | Licensed Therapist

Hillside Wellness Center is a little gem in Sherman Oaks. We help everyone and anyone who is in need of mental health services. We never turn anyone away for not being able to pay. We strive to reduce the stigma of therapy and mental health and truly help people heal their wounds to better the quality of their life, without being stressed out about how much therapy is going to cost. Read more>>