Liesl Ulrich–Verderber is CEO of Ever Widening Circles, a global positive media company with 6 platforms created with the goal of proving that it is still an amazing world.
By the age of 27, Liesl was also the founder of three of those media outlets aimed at elevating goodness and progress for us all: an education site EWCed, an endeavor to improve business and healthcare culture at Amazing World Media, and most recently, the Conspiracy of Goodness Network, a personal and professional growth platform where people who value and work in goodness can connect, collaborate, and change the world together.
Her intention is simple: to celebrate the quiet wave of goodness and progress going on all around us that almost no one knows about and open a new era for us all by changing the negative dialogue of our times.
In this second of a five-part interview, Liesl shares with us some of the most moving and impactful stories being shared on Ever Widening Circles.
In this third of a five-part interview, Liesl shares with us her work with EWCed and how they are helping teachers to use media stories to engage students with learning and stimulate their curiosity about the world around them. Perhaps most importantly, this work is opening students' eyes to explore different narratives about themselves and what is possible with their lives.
In this fourth of a five-part interview, Liesl shares with us her work to create a Conspiracy of Goodness to provide people around the world doing good work a platform for networking and support. The Conspiracy of Goodness is giving these people who often labor in obscurity a place to tell their stories, share their problems and challenges, and provide each other resources to achieve their goals and dreams.
In this last of a five-part interview, Liesl explores what it means to be a young business person and leader, and the importance of a leader's narrative to their success.