Bootstrappers: Working With Government & Activists From the Business Perspective

Guest: Kara Eastman

Stay Hungry, Break Things, This Is the Bootstrappers Show.

In this episode of Bootstrappers we are talking to Kara about the best ways business organizations can work with government and nonprofits for the best results. We review real-life bills and how the investment housing community was able to change, improve, and impact housing in a way that benefited all parties. We talk about pitfalls and wins and lessons learned from those in the trenches.

What is Bootstrappers?

Bootstrappers is a program designed to bring you up to the minute ideas and concepts to understand what it takes to succeed in business and life.

We bring knowledge into the property management industry from different business industries to create a richer experience for our audience. We invite the best authors, thinkers, and business people to the show and we pick their brains in their areas of expertise.

We interview our guests and gain key insights that can help our audience in their own path to success. You will find here, ideas, knowledge, best practices in a relaxed and fun conversation. No pretense. Our guests get real and share successes as well as failures. If you are looking for an unvarnished look at entrepreneurship and business development this is the show for you.

About Our Guest

Kara Eastman is currently running for congress in district 2 of Nebraska. She previously served as the CEO to the Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance, was on the Metropolitan Community Board of Governors, and was a member of the board of the National Lead and Environmental Hazards Association. Kara is known as someone who can bridge the gap between government, nonprofits, and the private sector.