Maddy is a corporate marketer by day and a passionate nonprofit leader nights and weekends. She is also the founder of Dallas Hero’s Project, an organization that helps nonprofits tell their stories and expand their reach.

In today’s episode, Laura and Maddy discuss what it is like to lead a purpose-driven life both inside and outside of work by utilizing her skills to positively impact the world and creating space for others to follow.
Maddy is the perfect example of how to stop waiting to show up as an impactful leader and live your values in both your life and career!

Thank you for tuning in! If you haven’t listened to episode 6 where Laura talks about the lies of imposter syndrome, then go back and check it out!

In this episode, we cover:
-Utilizing your skills to create a positive impact.
-What Dallas Heroes Project is about.
-Giving back to the community through purpose-driven marketing.
-How to create opportunities to lead outside of a corporate job.
-The importance of diversity in nonprofit organizations.
-Triangle method to figure out how to make a difference.
-Maddy’s advice for those who want to share their skills outside of their job.

Resources and links mentioned during this episode:
-Know of a nonprofit or social impact organization that could need marketing help? Check out the Dallas Heroes Project website or connect with Maddy on Instagram.
-Watch Maddy’s TEDx Talk: Do Good, Better
-Join the You Belong in The C-Suite coaching program to gain clarity on your values, create and stick to boundaries to live the life you want! Learn more HERE!
-Find your Free Values Worksheet HERE.

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-Follow The Catch Group on LinkedIn.
-Follow the show on Instagram @thecatchgroup.
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More about Maddy:

Maddy is a marketing professional with a passion for purpose driven marketing, social impact, community engagement, and sustainability. She is a global marketing director at a Fortune 50 company, has been a board member of a number of local nonprofits and teaches marketing at the University of Texas at Dallas.

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