On this episode, Dr. Jane Goodall chats with Janet Hayes, CEO of Crate and Barrel Holdings, and they both find surprising overlap and inspiration. Janet and Jane shared joyful childhoods surrounded by strong women, though in very different circumstances. As they explore each other’s backgrounds, they also find commonality in their determination and curiosity, as well as the importance of dreaming.
Through the Jane Goodall Institute x Crate Kids partnership, the two worlds have collided to create a playful collection designed to celebrate wildlife. The collection sparks curiosity and action in children and their families on behalf of the natural world we share. This also comes to life in the work of JGI’s youth program Roots & Shoots.
As Jane shares, a core philosophy of her work and the role of JGI is to establish common goals and ground with corporations in order to create positive impact. This is done through conversations and partnerships moving companies toward greater levels of sustainability, and inspiring the imagination of the next generation. Beyond their identities as leading women, the two share vulnerable moments of what it means to balance responsibility and one’s personal life, and how we can each make a difference every single day no matter what our profession or who we are. Learn more about the Jane Goodall Institute x Crate & Kids collection here, and our changemaker pledge.
At the End of the Rainbow
Stay to the end of the episode to hear an archival clip of Jane speaking with some young change-makers about how she found her purpose, which is empowering every person to embrace their potential to make this a better world for all.
Stay tuned…Episode 7 is coming soon!