Ep #35 - Justin Wolff - Just Do It - The Girl Dad Show

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Justin Wolff on Just Do It. Brought to you by The Girl Dad Show with Young Han.

Young & Justin dive into topics such as taking advantage of life and living it to the fullest, showing up for your kids, deciding what matters, teamwork with your partner, and business building.

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About Guest: Justin is the CEO and Co-Founder of JunkTheory, an upcoming skin care line that is taking a 360 approach to sustainability by responsibly sourcing its formulas while virtually eliminating plastic in its packaging. Prior to founding JunkTheory, Justin co-founded and was the Chief Giving Officer at Yoobi, a school supply brand that donates a school supply item for every item it sells. Over the past 7 years, Yoobi has donated more than 70 million essential school supplies to over 5 million students, and has stocked 150k+ classrooms in the most impoverished elementary schools across the U.S.Born in South Africa, Justin was raised in Los Angeles, attended U.C. Berkeley, where he earned a B.A. in Political Economics, with a focus on China. Following his graduation, Justin moved to Israel where he served in an elite paratrooper regiment, and later worked in the media technology space. In 2005, Justin returned to the U.S. to pursue his Juris Doctorate degree at Cardozo School of Law in New York City. Justin spent almost 5 years as a project finance attorney, specializing in the clean energy sector. His practice took him from New York to Hong Kong, and eventually back to Los Angeles. Justin worked on over $4B in clean energy projects worldwide (primarily utility-scale wind and solar developments). In his final year of practicing law, Justin did extensive pro-bono work in the education space, which helped inspire his decision to co-found Yoobi. Justin is an avid scuba diver, mountain climber, and father to two little sea huggers.

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