Episode #43: This week on the podcast I am thrilled to share this conversation with Jessica Rolph. Jessica is the co-founder and CEO of Lovevery. Lovevery is a company that offers play kits to help create developmental experiences in the lives of new babies and families.
Prior to Lovevery, Jessica was the founding Partner and COO of Happy Family, helping to launch, build and lead Happy Family to its position as a top organic baby and toddler brand in the US. Happy Family was acquired by Group Danone in 2013.
Jessica also co-founded the Climate Collaborative, a non-profit organization helping companies in the natural products industry take meaningful steps to reverse climate change.
She is an Aspen Institute Henry Crown Fellow and was awarded the Park Leadership Fellowship, graduating from Cornell’s Johnson School in 2004. Jessica also holds a BA from Cornell University.
Jessica and her husband, Decker, live in Boise, Idaho, and are parents to three beautiful kids.
In this conversation, we talk about her journey to finding work that makes a positive impact, what she recommends for people who are looking to find a sense of purpose in their work, and how she handles running a company and time with family and friends.
Can’t wait for you to listen!