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Do you see big problems in the world, but don’t know how to help?

Have a startup business idea you've always wanted to launch?

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Access to the thousands of IMPACTJUNKIE members to increase your visibility. Access to international trips, exclusive member meetups, and events.



Online or in-person sessions taught by our impact team of advisors, and mentors with expertise in brand storytelling, venture planning, capital management, joint ventures, product development, marketing strategy and more. 

*This training workshop is a required master level course at Johns Hopkins University  


Access to monthly consulting and one on one coaching with key members of the IMPACTJUNKIE Team to reach your goals in sales and craft your impact story. 


Every step of the way you will be working with other entrepreneurs, investors, and adventurous doers like you from around the world to start something that changes lives and launch your next chapter.

"My life has completely changed since I became an IMPACTJUNKIE. I don't even recognize the person I was 10 months ago. I see opportunity where I only saw despair, and now I am getting my MBA and determined to do more with what I've been given."

Crystal Napier
MBA student, inventor of new type of coffee pot

"My new business went from idea to hiring full-time employees in less than a year. Sharing my impact story with every potential customer made those sales possible. As an IMPACTJUNIE entrepreneur, I had the resources and community I needed to eliminate my biggest fear - to fail in the first six months."

Jacinta Compres
Founder and owner of Clean Co, The Cleaning Company

"Everyone has a shape in their heart that only their calling fits in. Mine was an X. This IMPACTJUNKIE journey has not only helped me uncover my passion, but has connected my passion to my purpose."

Dalton Nichols
web development entrepreneur

"Since joining IMPACTJUNKIE, honestly feel like I am no longer split between two worlds. I am empowered. No longer do the ideas that run through my head have to remain just ideas and dreams, but they can be and are actual creative thoughts that can help others."

Zuri Obado
Johns Hopkins Academic Advisor


Learn and grow together with  proven entrepreneurs, and impact investors. Plus, leverage our relationships with universities like Harvard and Johns Hopkins and opportunities with the State Department and international leaders. You will also learn by working together with your fellow IMPACTJUNKIE members.



Philip is a social entrepreneur who has launched startups from Congress and the Pentagon to thatched-roof huts in Belize, homes in Nepal, and refugee camps in Athens. He has connected thousands to launch impact-driven businesses in the US and around the world - bringing sustainable solutions through entrepreneurship.The first in his family to graduate from college, he completed his undergrad and graduate studies at Harvard. He was the first distance student ever elected a student president at Harvard, was later elected university-wide student president, and gave the 2014 commencement speech in Harvard Yard. He was previously an innovation advisor at the Pentagon and White House, and was co-founder of The Great Pitch, which invested over $16 million for innovative ideas to improve government digital services. While serving as the university-wide student body president at Harvard University, he played a key role in the Harvard Innovation Lab. He currently trains aspiring entrepreneurs while traveling the world to foster startup initiatives. 


Graduates from the Harvard Business School, Harvard Kennedy School with seasoned investors, academic advisors, and more

Steve Drury, co-founder of IMPACTJUNKIE has lived the life of an exemplary Impact Junkie. His life story is filled with ministry, entrepreneurship, and loving people. He served as President of Tupelo Children’s Mansion -- a children’s home in Mississippi -- where he and his wife built and led a team, launched new ventures to support the children’s home, and raised over 1,000 children. He founded New Beginnings International adoption agency and family service which has adopted over 1,000 children to forever families. As a church planter and entrepreneurial minister, Steve served as pastor in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Mississippi - and previously youth pastor in Texas. He travels across North America providing life planning and financial advisory workshops and sessions. He was founder of the Church Loan Fund for the United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI) and currently serves as President. Since 2006, Steve has service as President of the UPCI Foundation and has served as Director of Stewardship for UPCI since 2002. He has also served as Chairman for the Church Aflame Institute, as Director for Institutional Advancement at Urshan Graduate School of Theology. Steve received a Bachelor of Theology degree from Apostolic Bible Institute. He co-founded IMPACTJUNKIE LLC with Philip Harding in 2017 where has served as senior advisor over many establishments of IMPACTJUNKIE locally and internationally. His experience in establishing ventures on good faith and with sound financial backing allows for the best decisions to be made benefiting those being served.

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La Keisha Nicole Landrum is Sahara Reporters’ Chief Operating and Revenue Officer where she leads the company’s global strategic partnerships and drives Sahara’s strategy in business, video and technology. Most recently, she led Sahara Reporters’ strategy for coverage of the Nigerian presidential electionswhere Nigeria ushered in its first peaceful transition of power in its history. In 2011, La Keisha joined Harvard Business School’s The Harbus as its Chief Operating Officer,where she focused on building new business models for failing print publications, and ushered in its transition from print to digital, which was a commercial success. Prior to her role at Harvard Business School, she served on the research team at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School in the Youth & Media project group where her research, development initiatives and advocacy centered around youth and digital technology. Her previous work includes serving in the Mayor of Cambridge’s office as a Senior Associate and as a Digital Media Research lead for National Public Radio. In addition to her business career, La Keisha sits on the board of The Harbus Foundation, which provides grant awards and consulting services to organizations promoting education, literacy, and journalism. La Keisha lives in Long Island City, New York with her husband and daughter.

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Joe Pasqualichio is a Portfolio Manager at BTG Pactual Partners in New York City, where he manages an equity portfolio in the Consumer and Technology sectors. Prior to his role at BTG Pactual, Joe worked as a lead sector Analyst at Citadel, a global hedge fund with over $25 billion in assets under management. Joe began his investing career at Eaton Vance, a Boston-based mutual fund with over $400 billion in assets under management.  In 2012, Joe graduated from Harvard Business School with an MBA, having focused on finance. While at Harvard, Joe served as President of the Harvard Graduate Student Government. Prior to business school, Joe worked as a management consultant, advising clients on strategy, marketing, and operations, across a variety of sectors.  Joe also holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh, where he graduated with a 4.0 GPA and served as Student Body President. Joe currently resides in New York City with his wife and newborn son.

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As an enthusiast for education and advocate for educational access and equity, Zuri has concentrated her professional career around providing academic and personal support to students pursuing degrees in higher education, specifically science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). As a Rutgers University Alumna, Zuri remains appreciative of the opportunity to dedicate over five years to the mentorship and empowerment of underrepresented minorities in STEM at Rutgers. After transitioning to her current position as a Pre-Health Advisor at Johns Hopkins University, Advanced Academic Program, Zuri continues to work in student support services and has played an instrumental part in the development and implementation of the Problem Solving for Innovation in Health Care course being taught by Philip Harding starting fall 2019. In Zuri’s continued work with Hopkins and Impact Junkie, she hopes to continue traveling both internationally and domestically, impacting the lives of individuals and communities who have been crippled by learned helplessness; empowering others to be the change agents of their own lives and communities. 

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Clarissa Buckley is a lover of all communities, cultures, and people with the hope to connect each person to live their best life, and write their best story. From building grassroots movements in political and community networks with the dream that every person has a seat at the table. With a degree in psychology, focused on counseling and now with international focus in working with startups in various roles. She currently works with IMPACTJUNKIE and assistant to co-founder, Philip Harding of IMPACTJUNKIE. She works directly with entrepreneurs, impact organizations and communities in Washington D.C., Guatemala, Belize, Nepal, Iraq, Greece, and more by executing partnerships, organizing pitch competitions/networking events, and workshops. She is currently enrolled at the Harvard Extension School with a focus in international business and law.

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