The GOOD 100: 2013 Edition The GOOD 100: 2013 Edition

The GOOD 100: 2013 Edition

by Stef McDonald

July 20, 2013

Here it is: The 2013 edition of the GOOD 100.


Josh To: Helping Startups with Space and a Boost 

Isa Adney: Redefining What it Means to Be a Student 

Josh McManus: Transforming Cities One Little Idea at a Time 

Brad Ludden: Taking Cancer Survivors and Patients On Outdoor Adventures 


Yazmany Arboleda: Unexpected Moments of Hot Pink 

Miles Jackson: Skating For Change 

Proco Joe Moreno: The "Hipster" Politician Carrying Chicago On His Back 

Roberts Mbabazi: Brewing Industry Opportunities in Uganda 


Jerri Chou: 'All The World's A Feast' 

Ashel Eldridge: Food Justice Organizer 

Julia Kaganskiy: Who Marries Art to Technology 

Candy Chang: Who Believes Communities Are People Too 


Jacob Soboroff: Media Guru Pushing for Election Reform 

Garett Brennan: Clean Energy Warrior 

Josh Kalven: Making Your News Digestible 

Tig Notaro: Sharing Her Story and Upping Cancer Awareness 


Tiffiniy Cheng: 'The Internet Belongs to the People' 

Kosta Grammatis: Bringing the Internet to the Ends of the Earth 

Morgwn Rimel: Exploring Good Ideas for Everyday Life 

Talia Leman: The Teen CEO Helping Kids Change the World 


Jose Vilson: Providing the Megaphone for Student Voices 

Kurt Shaw: Using New Media to Stand Up for Change 

Janet Mock: Building an Online Army to Defend #GirlsLikeUs 

Ilwad (Elle) Elman: Equipping Somali Youth for the Future 


Rick Devos: Making Good Ideas Happen 

John Cary: Designing for Impact 

Christinia Xu: Supporting Creativity for Meaningful Change 

Kelly Jones: Offering Artists and Designers a Helping Hand 


Andrew Slack: Human Rights Champion and Harry Potter Fanatic 

Nate Westheimer: Keeping Your Memories Safe and Sound 

Scott Thrift: Getting Creative With Time 

Lance Weiler: 21st Century Storyteller 


Casey Ryder: Using Art to Push for Change 

Kerem Halbrecht: Solving Urban Problems at Warp Speed 

Aaron Perry-Zucker: Connecting Artists to Worthy Causes 

Adam Butler: Who Never Wastes a Crisis 


Bill Shannon: Keeping it Moving 

Yael Cohen: The Revolution Will Not Be Whispered 

Kristen Bell: Making Positive Use of Her Spotlight 

Ehon Chan: Talking a New Kind of Tough 


Jonas Chartock: Teacher Leadership Advocate 

Phillip Cooley: Reinventing the Pork Barrel 

Barbara Hou: Empowering Through Education 

Sarah Ippel: Green Education Pioneer 


Mohamed Ali Niang: Packing a Nutritional Punch in Food 

Patrick Martins: Saving Endangered Livestock One Burger at a Time 

Kate Atwood: Combatting Childhood Hunger in the U.S. 

Jess Daniel: Scientist of Eating 


Kirsten Lodal: Telling the Story of Poverty in America 

Jessamyn Rodriguez: Cooking Up Job Opportunities 

Veronika Scott: Clothing and Empowering Detroit's Homeless Population 

Zubaida Bai: Engineering Kits for Healthier Births 


Michael Hearst: Curing Pre-Flight Jitters Through Tunes 

Adam Sjoberg: Creating Art for Good and Social Change 

Paul Kamuf: Syncing Film to the Latest Technology 

Leni Zumas: Putting the Human Condition on Paper 


Marcin Jakubowski: Making Machines Work Smarter 

Teddy Krolik: Engaging Baltimore's Community in Grassroots Activism 

Genevieve Debose: Pushing Education Reform Forward 

Todd Park: Innovation Through Free Data 


Zach Sims: Bringing Coding to the Masses 

Nicole Glaros: Navigating Start Ups to Success 

Leo Prieto: Shaking Up Mass Media 

Debbie Sterling: Giving Young Girls a New Role Model: An Engineer 


Danny Hess: Borrowing From the Past to Build Surfboards of the Future 

Tanya Aguiniga: Power to the Artisans 

Chris Ying: Creating Delicious Reads and Visual Feasts 

Shantell Martin: Drawing on Everything 


Eric Garcetti: Angeleno Mayor Hopeful Pushing Citywide Change 

Anna Aagenes: 21st Century Team Player 

Chloe Varelidi: Playing to Connect, Learn, and Inspire 

Bruno Giussani: Spreading Good Ideas Worldwide 


Rob Spiro: Making Food More Accessible 

Josh Nesbit: Creating Healthier Communities With a Simple Cellphone 

Sean Bonner: Measuring Air Quality 

Ory Okolloh: Nurturing the Future Female Leaders of Africa 


Eden Full: Harnessing the Power of the Sun 

Ludwick Marishane: Revolutionizing the Way We Bathe 

Eben Bayer: Challenging Our Need for Plastic 

Adam Garone: The Mustache Behind the Movement 


Todd Sutler: Making Learning an Ongoing Mission 

Jason Silva: 'Performance Philosopher' 

Barbara Soalheiro: Inspiring and Learning Through Trial and Error

Dana Arbib: Bringing Human Rights to High Fashion 


Tippy Tippens: Designing for Social Change 

Martin Tull: Making Sports Sustainable 

Rahul Raj: Advocating Against Disposable Consumer Culture 

Georges Laraque: The Hockey Player Turned Champion for Animal Rights 


Raj Panjabi: Making Primary Healthcare Accessible 

Priti Radhakrishnan: Making Medicine Affordable

Dr. Victoria Hale: Healthcare Champion for Women 

Priya Haji: Playing to Save 


Tiffany Shlain: Changing the Way We Make Movies 

Audrey Buchanan: Innovator Impressario 

George Srour: Focusing on Education and Building Tomorrow, Starting Today 

Abby Falik: Reinventing College Prep 


Ryan Gravel: Building a Better Future 

Phil Kidd: Defender of Youngstown, Ohio 

Jason Roberts: Giving New Life to Underutilized Areas 

Oliver Percovich: Skating for Educational and Social Change 


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