Episode 24

Justin Miller on Fighting a 40 Year Pandemic

Jun 7, 2021

Jeff Shafer, CEO of CommonGood Capital, is joined by Justin Miller, to chat about co-founding CARE for AIDS when he was in college, an organization that provides both physical and spiritual support for families affected by HIV/AIDS in Kenya, the abundance of human capital in Africa just waiting to be invested in, stewarding for maximum impact, and the importance of thinking differently about capital.

A New Lens with CommonGood Capital
A New Lens with CommonGood Capital
#24 - Justin Miller on Fighting a 40 Year Pandemic
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Justin Miller
CEO and Co-Founder of CARE for AIDS
Justin Miller believes that only by creating lasting leaders and organizations can we hope to solve the world’s biggest problems. He is tackling extreme poverty, orphans, and HIV/AIDS in East Africa, and hopes you can benefit from his successes and failures in addressing whatever problem you are trying to solve.

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