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From Founder to Philanthropist
How I Give is a Founders Pledge podcast about entrepreneurship, philanthropy and social change. We talk to founders, philanthropists and social innovators about what drives them, how they are rethinking social impact, and how we can do philanthropy better.
Entrepreneurship & philanthropy with Andrew Skotzko, Group Product Manager at Applied Invention
Andrew Skotzko is a product leader, podcaster, philanthropist and entrepreneur based in Los Angeles. He co-founded Petabridge in 2014 and Afriji in 2016, and has previously worked at startups Chill and Pebble, which were acquired by Tinder and Fitbit respectively. In addition, he has taken on a number of venture roles, previously working as an Entrepreneur in Residence at PHD Ventures and Growth Hacker in Residence at 500 Startups. Passionate about all things Product, he is currently Group Product Manager at Applied Invention.
No stranger to podcasting, Andrew hosts his own podcast called Make Things That Matter (formerly ENLIVEN), which explores what’s possible in the Product world, how we can make things better and how we can use business as a force for good with a range of guests. In this episode of How I Give, we speak to Andrew about his unique entrepreneurial journey, his philanthropy and what inspired him to take the pledge and join the Founders Pledge community.
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