Watch Jeff Woodrow describe how he quit his job to reinvent himself as an entrepreneur who puts people's faces on T-Shirts...
Jeff shared with the audience how the Joy T-Shirt Project came to Fruition: the intention and goals of the project, and the struggles along the way. He will discuss the reasons why being socially responsible is so important, e-commerce in today’s world, the charity aspect of the Project, and where it might go next.
Jeff Woodrow is a social entrepreneur from Toronto Ontario and founder of the Joy T-shirt project, which aims to promote peace and equality on a global scale. Upon graduating from the University of Waterloo with an honours degree in Fine arts, Jeff set out to see the world and learned many valuable lessons along the way. Jeff enjoys homemade brownies, longboarding, DIY projects, yoga and random acts of kindness.
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