30:Chobani’s Jason Rahlan Shares their Strategy to Help Reduce Hunger, Educate & Decrease Suffer


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I’m pleased to have as my guest Jason Rahlan, the Director of Social Impact and Philanthropy at Chobani. In this role, he oversees philanthropic investments and grants for the company. Jason manages the organization’s nonprofit and public sector partnerships on issue- and policy-related initiatives, advocacy campaigns, and natural disaster response efforts. In this work, he partners with senior internal leaders to define goals and priorities and seeks to drive meaningful change at the local, state, and national level through an effective use of the company’s voice, profits, and people. He also co-develops internal wellness initiatives that establish policies of greater inclusion, diversity, and equity for Chobani's more than 2,200 employees. In this episode you’ll learn how Chobani stretches itself to help mitigate problems related to hunger. They don’t just talk the talk they walk the walk when it comes to supporting causes that improve humanity and working collectively to do so. In this way Chobani has earned respect from its employees, suppliers, partners and consumers. The prediction on all fronts is that when the pandemic lifts, they’ll have increased loyalty from all parties and gained the reputation as great corporate citizens. If you’re looking for inspiration for yourself or your organization to make a positive difference in the world, or if you simply are curious about what some companies are doing to help alleviate suffering, this episode is for you.