Melissa Kushner was only 25 when she decided to start Goods for Good, a New York organization that collects surplus inventory from U.S. retail companies to help orphaned and vulnerable children overseas.
Just five years later, Goods for Good has collected and transported more than 120 tons worth of school supplies, clothing, toys, and health supplies.
How did Ms. Kushner approach the challenge of starting a new nonprofit when she had so little experience? What lessons has she learned along the way?
By watching this video interview, you can learn about Ms. Kushner’s approach and hear her advice to others who want to start and build new nonprofit organizations.